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Panorama City in The News
Panorama City, Calif., February 11, 2019 – Kaiser Permanente Panorama City Medical Center Area is accepting community grant applications for 2019 beginning Friday, February 15, and will be accepting applications until Friday, March 15, 2019 at 2 p.m.
Organizations may apply through Kaiser Permanente’s online grant application process. To learn more about eligibility requirements, funding priorities, specific strategies, and see frequently asked questions, go to: community.kp.org/panoramacity.
Kaiser Permanente Announces $6 Million in New Grants in Southern California Focusing on Mental Health and Behavioral Health Services
Kaiser Permanente Southern California announced a $6 million, five-year Community Mental Health and Wellness Initiative with an immediate Local Partnership Grant (LPG) grant allocation of $1.28 million to combat and improve access to mental health services. The initial grant allocation is funding a group of two-year grants to support 16 nonprofit community partners working to improve mental health and wellness in under-resourced Southern California communities.
Kaiser Permanente’s mental health and wellness initiative seeks to address these issues in communities through improving equitable access to high-quality care and reducing the effects of mental health stigma. Some of the grantees supported by this funding have found unique ways to address mental health through a grassroots approach directly into at-risk communities. An example can be seen through one of Kaiser Permanente’s mental health grant recipients, Tarzana Treatment Centers, Inc., reducing mental health disparities through workforce development of mental health professionals and community health workers aimed at improving Latinos' access to culturally and linguistically relevant mental health services thus reducing the mental health stigma.
“Tarzana Treatment Centers, Inc. commends Kaiser Permanente for their ongoing support of community based mental health initiatives that are critical and vital for our San Fernando Valley residents,” said Jose C.Salazar, Dr.PH, Director of Program Development and Contract Compliance at Tarzana Treatment Centers. Read more.
Kaiser Permanente Recognizes the Good Works of 26 San Fernando Valley Nonprofit Organizations with $250,000 in Grant Funds
Kaiser Permanente Panorama City Medical Center is proud to announce 26 San Fernando Valley nonprofit organizations have received a total of $250,000 in community benefit funding due to their dedication to improving health locally.
For more than half a century, Kaiser Permanente has demonstrated a commitment to enhancing the health of local communities. One of the ways Kaiser Permanente fulfills this social mission is by providing financial support for local nonprofit health and human service organizations, with an emphasis on underserved populations.
Kaiser Permanente Panorama City Medical Center awarded grants to organizations committed to early detection and treatment of chronic diseases, improving physical and nutritional health in local communities, and expanding access to care for lower-income and uninsured individuals. Click here to see who the 26 community programs and agencies are.
Prevention is about staying healthy, and preventing or delaying disease. Wellness is living your best life. Kaiser Permanente Panorama City is here to help you do both. There are many things you can do to take an active role in your prevention plan to stay healthy and thrive through all stages of life.