At times, our grants, articles or studies might inform and inspire professionals in the field at large. We are pleased to share these briefs and reports with you related to our work.
A New Skid Row Facility Where Homeless Women Can Try ‘To Get Whole and Heal’
APRIL 21, 2022 |
Los Angeles Times
“… In Los Angeles County, “demand for recuperative care beds currently far outpaces supply due to record levels of homelessness, profound shortages in all forms of housing” and the requirements of a state bill meant to stop patient dumping, a report prepared for the UniHealth Foundation two years ago found.”
Dignity Health and UniHealth Foundation Address Cultural Trauma as a Health Issue with $4 Million Investment in Mental Health Trainings to Improve Outcomes for SoCal Youth
NOV 1, 2019 |
UniHealth Foundation is collaborating with Dignity Health Foundation to address community mental health needs for adolescent youth.
Scaling Up: How Philanthropy Helped Unlock $4.7 Billion to Tackle Homelessness in Los Angeles
JUL 1, 2019 |
The Center on Philanthropy & Public Policy
Sol Price School of Public Policy
University of Southern California
UniHealth Foundation was one of 57 initial funders to support United Way’s Home for Good Funders Collaborative, which would prove instrumental in addressing the homeless crisis in Los Angeles.
Homelessness and Health Care: What is Being Funded?
FEB 1, 2019 |
In 2013 UniHealth Foundation, in Los Angeles, California, awarded a grant for linking homeless people being discharged from hospitals to recuperative care.
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