The California Wellness Foundation Newsletter is published quarterly by the Communications Department. Its purpose is to report on the Foundations efforts to improve the health of Californians through its grantmaking program. Grantseekers, program planners, policymakers, news media professionals and representatives from other foundations can learn about:
|Summer 2000 Newsletter|
In this issue...
Rural health clinics overcome barriers and keep their doors open for children and families.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving launches a public education campaign in San Diego about the health risks of drinking and driving.
Population Health Improvement
Berkeley health care provider uses long-term planning to better serve patients.
Teenage Pregnancy Prevention
Farmworker parents in Tulare County learn about pregnancy prevention in order to better communicate with their children.
Opportunities for creative expression help youth in San Francisco's juvenile hall pursue healthy, nonviolent lives.
Work and Health
Young adults make successful transitions to adulthood through a Life Skills Program in Los Angeles.
Farm-fresh produce is making its way into low-income, urban areas through schools, child care centers and domestic violence shelters.
Also in this issue:
What's New: Three employees assume new roles; TCWF receives Wilmer Shields Rich Communications awards; TCWF prepares for future priority areas; staff kudos; new staff.