Addressing health and racial disparities requires a long-term commitment to working with and investing in communities. The role of Sierra Health Foundation is evolving to both generate and accelerate ideas that The Center acts upon, helping to build stronger, healthier communities throughout California. Visit The Center web site.
Learn about Sierra Health Foundation and The Center programs below.
Supporting asthma home visiting services for individuals with poorly controlled asthma, with a focus on low-income communities and communities of color. Learn more on The Center web site.
Community partners and leaders are working to invest in and radically transform Black communities in the Sacramento area. Learn more on the Build.Black. Coalition web site.
Community residents are working together to improve overall health and wellness through the Sacramento Building Healthy Communities Hub. Learn more on The Center web site.
CEOs from 19 California foundations are aligning their efforts, resources and influence to improve the lives of boys and men of color. Learn more on The Center web site.
Working with community partners to ensure an accurate and fair Census 2020 count in Fresno, Inyo, Kern, Kings and Tulare counties. Learn more on The Center web site.
Providing nonprofit health and human service organizations meeting space for education and collaboration. Learn more.
Leading and partnering with local, regional and statewide efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and support community members and businesses that are most impacted. Learn more.
Increasing youth understanding of substance use disorder and building substance use disorder prevention education into community outreach and services. Learn more on the Elevate Youth California web site.
Strengthening the leadership abilities of nonprofit health and human service managers and executives. Learn more.
Working to eliminate health inequities in Sacramento County through advocacy and integration of resources. Learn more.
Supporting capacity building and leadership development for youth-focused nonprofit organizations led by people of color. Learn more on The Center web site.
Supporting Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) start-up activities and enhancement efforts throughout California. Learn more on the MAT Access Points Project web site.
Conducting outreach and education activities to help facilitate Medi-Cal enrollment and retention in. Learn more on The Center web site.
Bringing leaders, community partners and youth together for systems reform and support for young men of color. Learn more on The Center web site.
Bringing together new development opportunities for positive neighborhood change for all Oak Park residents. Learn more on The Center web site.
Improving outcomes of youth involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems. Learn more on The Center web site.
Responding to health needs and concerns in urban and rural communities. Learn more.
Advancing programs and policy changes that promote community health. Learn more on The Center web site.
Advancing programs and policy changes that promote community health. Learn more on the San Joaquin Valley Impact Investment Fund web site.
Providing oversight of efforts to reduce the number of African American child deaths in Sacramento County. Learn more on The Center web site.
Supporting outreach, engagement and prevention services for people who have experienced or been exposed to trauma. Learn more on The Center web site.
Providing Sacramento youth and their families with fun community-building activities, led by community partners throughout the city’s historically under-resourced neighborhoods. Learn more on The Center web site.
We publish grant funding opportunities on this web site and in our monthly Partnerships electronic newsletter.
Visit our Funding Opportunities page.