HUD Continuum of Care, $151,323 (1-year grant), for tenant-based rental assistance to chronically homeless Solano County families, 1 of 25 funded nationally.
US Health and Human Services CHIPRA Outreach & Enrollment, $571,000 (2-year grant), to increase the number of low-income children enrolled in health insurance in Yolo County.
US Administration of Children and Families Mentoring Children of Prisoners, $622,000 (3-year grant), for support to children of incarcerated parents in Solano County.
US Department of Justice Second Chance Adult Mentoring Grant, $300,000, (2 years) for adult mentoring support for ex-offenders.
Oakland Fund for Children and Youth, $246,000 (3 years) to support after school programming and resources for Title 1 middle school.
San Francisco Human Services Agency, $500,000, (annually for up to 7 years), to provide supportive services for formerly homeless adults in San Francisco.
San Francisco Human Services Agency, $50,000, annually for shelter and support services for homeless women and transgender individuals impacted by addiction, health, and behavioral health disorders.
San Francisco City/County Department of Public Health, Community Behavioral Health Services, $772,000 (annually for up to seven years) for operation of a 24-hour drop support center for homeless drug-addicted women in San Francisco's Tenderloin District.
Solano County Health & Social Services, $170,000, ATOD prevention efforts in Solano County.
Solano County Department Health & Social Services ($35,581): Positive youth development & teen pregnancy prevention in Vallejo.
Solano County Health and Social Services ($160,00): Adult substance use order day treatment for nonprofit community-based providers.
Kaiser Permanente Vulnerable Patient – Community Connector Program ($31,000 (8-months): patient outreach in distressed communities.
Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit Program, $25,000 (1 year), healthy eating program for low-income families & seniors.
Novo Nordisk Corporate Giving , $15,000, for community health fair promoting diabetes prevention and maintenance resources and education in Tracy.
SH Cowell Foundation, $50,000 (1 year) for strategic planning efforts to create a Full Service Community School program in North Vallejo integrating a school-based, community-run Family Resource Center, United Way SparkPoint Center, with a low-performing elementary school.
S.H. Cowell Foundation, $30,000 (1 year), for nonprofit capacity building.
Sutter Tracy Hospital Foundation, $20,000 (1 year), for diabetes education and support for uninsured San Joaquin residents.
Thomas J. Long Foundation, $10,000 (1 year) for after school programming at a Title 1 middle school in Oakland.
Wells Fargo & NeighborWorks UrbanLift Community Grant, $121,131 (1 year) for neighborhood revitalization in South Vallejo, 1 of 25 communities funded nationally.