Selected Grants Awarded - December 2003

TCWF's Board of Directors approved the following grants in support of the Foundation's mission of improving the health of the people of California and to further its four goals: addressing the health needs of underserved communities, supporting and strengthening nonprofit organizations, recognizing and encouraging leaders, and informing the development of public policies. For current application guidelines, please see the preceding How To Apply pages. 

ACCESS, INC.
San Diego, CA
$115,000 over two years
To develop mental health services for participants in the Youth Empowerment Services program in the San Diego area.

ALAMEDA HEALTH CONSORTIUM
Alameda, CA
$250,000 over three years
For core operating support to strengthen the consortiumís infrastructure and sustain the provision of primary and preventive health services by member clinics.

ALLIANCE FOR RURAL COMMUNITY HEALTH
Ukiah, CA
$100,000 over three years
To provide educational scholarships to people of color who are community members and employees at member community health centers in Mendocino and Lake Counties.

ALLIANCE MEDICAL CENTER
Healdsburg, CA
$135,000 over three years
For core operating support to sustain the provision of preventive health care services to Latino farmworkers and their families in rural northern Sonoma County.

ALTERNATIVE FAMILY SERVICES, INC.
Petaluma, CA
$50,000 over one year
For core operating support to enhance organizational capacity to improve mental health service delivery for program participants in the foster care system in the San Francisco Bay Area.

ALZHEIMERS SERVICES OF THE EAST BAY, INCORPORATED/ADULT DAY SERVICES NETWORK OF ALAMEDA COUNTY
Oakland, CA
$120,000 over three years
For core operating support to strengthen capacity to provide quality adult day services, assistance to caregivers and advocacy for increased access to integrated long-term care services.

CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF AREA AGENCIES ON AGING
Sacramento, CA
$150,000 over three years
For core operating support to sustain  coordination of the InfoVan program, a statewide information and education program that provides seniors and caregivers with access to home and community-based healthy aging services.

CALIFORNIA COALITION FOR YOUTH
Sacramento, CA
$300,000 over one year
For support for the continued operation of the California Youth Crisis Line, a statewide hotline serving homeless, runaway and other at-risk youth.

THE CALIFORNIA HEALTH CARE SAFETY-NET INSTITUTE/CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC HOSPITALS AND HEALTH SYSTEMS
Oakland, CA
$150,000 over three years
For core operating support to strengthen capacity to educate policymakers and opinion leaders about the importance of maintaining a strong public health care safety net. 

CALIFORNIANS TOGETHER/COMMUNITY ACCESS GROUP
Long Beach, CA
$110,000 over one year
To coordinate a convening of Grantees working in the issue of environmental health to promote networking and best practices.

CASA FAMILIAR, INC.
San Ysidro, CA
$100,000 over two years
For core operating support to sustain the provision of access to technology training programs for low-income youth and residents in San Ysidro as a health promotion strategy.

CENTER FOR COMMUNITY ACTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
Riverside, CA
$135,000 over three years
For core operating support to strengthen efforts to improve the environmental health of residents in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

CENTER FOR COMMUNITY ADVOCACY
Salinas, CA
$135,000 over three years
For core operating support to sustain the provision of the Promotores de Salud program, a health education and leadership training program for farmworker families in Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties.

CENTER FOR HEALTH IMPROVEMENT INC.
Sacramento, CA
$215,000 over two years
For policy research, analysis and public education to promote safe and effective medication use among Californians 65 and older.

CENTER FOR HUMAN SERVICES
Modesto, CA
$150,000 over three years
For core operating support to continue to sustain the provision of the Community Counseling program serving uninsured individuals and families throughout Stanislaus County.

CENTER FOR POSITIVE PREVENTION ALTERNATIVES, INC.
Stockton, CA
$180,000 over three years
For core operating support to sustain the provision of youth violence prevention programming.

CHARLES R. DREW UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE
AND SCIENCE
Los Angeles, CA
$110,000 over three years
For core operating support to increase the number of minority students prepared to enter the health professions in Los Angeles County.

CHARLES R. DREW UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE AND SCIENCE/CHARLES R. DREW UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE AND SCIENCE, COLLEGE OF ALLIED HEALTH
Los Angeles, CA
$300,000 over three years
For core operating support to prepare disadvantaged community college students in Los Angeles for careers in allied health.

CHILD ADVOCATES OF SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY
San Bernardino, CA
$150,000 over three years
For core operating support to sustain the provision of mentoring and advocacy services to abused and neglected youth in San Bernardino County.

CHILDRENS HOSPITAL OF LOS ANGELES/ CHILDRENS HOSPITAL OF LOS ANGELES, DIVISION OF ADOLESCENT MEDICINE
Los Angeles, CA
$300,000 over three years
For core operating support to sustain the provision of primary and preventive health services to underserved and uninsured at-risk youth in Los Angeles.

CLINICAS DE SALUD DEL PUEBLO, INC.
Brawley, CA
$150,000 over three years
For core operating support to sustain the provision of prenatal education to Latinas in Imperial County.

COALITION OF ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY CLINICS
Santa Ana, CA
$250,000 over three years
For core operating support to strengthen the coalitionís infrastructure and sustain the provision of primary and preventive health services by member clinics.

COMMUNITIES FOR A BETTER ENVIRONMENT
Huntington Park, CA
$135,000 over three years
For core operating support to strengthen and continue statewide environmental health and justice efforts.

COMMUNITY CLINIC ASSOCIATION OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY
Los Angeles, CA
$300,000 over three years
For core operating support to strengthen the infrastructure of the association and support the delivery of pharmaceutical services to member clinics.

COMMUNITY HEALTH COUNCILS, INC.
Los Angeles, CA
$150,000 over three years
For core operating support to continue advocacy efforts to improve access to health care in Los Angeles and strengthen organizational infrastructure.

COMMUNITY HEALTH PARTNERSHIP OF SANTA CLARA COUNTY, INCORPORATED
San Jose, CA
$250,000 over three years
For core operating support to strengthen the partnershipís infrastructure and sustain the provision of primary and preventive health services by member clinics.

COMMUNITY SERVICES & EMPLOYMENT TRAINING, INC.
Visalia, CA
$150,000 over three years
To support the community technology center to provide technology training, leadership development and career training to youth and young adults in the Goshen and Cutler-Orosi communities of Tulare County as a health promotion strategy.

CORNERSTONE CONSULTING GROUP, INC.
Houston, TX
$50,000 over one year and six months
To provide meeting planning and logistics support for the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative Technical Support Program.

COUNCIL OF COMMUNITY CLINICS
San Diego, CA
$300,000 over three years
For core operating support to strengthen the network activities and support the provision of primary and preventive health services by member clinics in San Diego and Imperial Counties.

CULTURE TO CULTURE FOUNDATION, INC.
Alamo, CA
$100,000 over three years
For support to enhance the Chinese American Mental Health Network for the Asian community in the Bay Area.

DELTA HEALTH CARE AND MANAGEMENT SERVICES CORPORATION
Stockton, CA
$150,000 over two years
For core operating support to continue to implement the South-West Pregnancy Prevention Program to address issues of adolescent sexual health and teen pregnancy prevention.

ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE CENTER
Santa Barbara, CA
$135,000 over three years
For core operating support to continue the Central Coast Environmental Health Project, which seeks to reduce health risks associated with pesticide use through outreach, health education and training.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH COALITION
San Diego, CA
$135,000 over three years
For core operating support to continue and strengthen programs aimed at alleviating environmental health problems in San Diegoís lowest income neighborhoods.

ENVIRONMENTAL WORKING GROUP
Oakland, CA
$135,000 over three years
For core operating support to continue efforts in analyzing and publicizing data on environmental and public health issues.

FRAMEWORKS INSTITUTE
Washington, DC
$100,000 over one year
For support to continue the research and development of effective messages that build public support for state advocacy efforts to increase access to health care.

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