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Kaiser Permanente awards nearly $100,000 to advance mental health practices at Stagg High School in Stockton

As part of its ongoing commitment to improve access to mental health programs in the community and advance school-based wellness, Kaiser Permanente has awarded a $98,000 grant to expand the use of trauma-informed practices at Stagg High School in Stockton with a range of mental health related services and training for school staff, teachers and students.

The award to Delta Health Care, which operates a campus-based health center at Stagg High School, is one of 18 grants Kaiser Permanente is providing to community-based organizations that will reach 21 public middle schools or high schools across northern California. All the schools being served are in high-need communities where 50 percent or more of students qualify for free or reduce-priced lunch programs.

Flu shot clinics now open in Modesto, Stockton, Manteca, and Tracy

The annual influenza season is approaching, and Kaiser Permanente has opened its seasonal flu vaccination clinics, where members can receive their flu shots at no charge, and without an appointment.

The vaccination can help prevent the flu and keep the virus from spreading to others. Even healthy people can develop serious complications or die from the flu. Kaiser Permanente recommends everyone six months and older should get a flu vaccination each year.


Manteca and Modesto hospitals awarded honors for stroke and heart disease care

Kaiser Permanente’s Manteca and Modesto medical centers were recently recognized by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association for their life-saving protocols used to care for patients with heart disease and stroke.

Kaiser Permanente awards $800K to local organizations for heart attack and stroke preventive care

Kaiser Permanente’s Northern California Region is providing $800,000 in grants to health organizations in San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties to help increase access to care for people who are at greatest risk for heart attacks and strokes.

The grants are part of a larger, $5.8 million investment aimed at expanding the reach and scope of the organization’s Preventing Heart Attacks and Strokes Every day (PHASE) program, as well as to support training and technical assistance aimed at optimizing implementation of the program in community settings.

11TH Annual Kaiser Permanente Avenue of the Vines raises $25,000 for area food banks

Kaiser Permanente once again served as the title sponsor for the Kaiser Permanente Avenue of the Vines Half Marathon and 5K, held May 21, 2017 in Lodi.