Kaiser Permanente in Northern California is investing over $500 million between 2016 and 2020 in refurbishing and adding new sites…
Author: Lynn Mundell
Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s psychiatry residency programs launching in San Jose and Oakland are designed to produce new psychiatrists with a focus on clinical training, leadership, and education.
Kaiser Permanente supports the San Francisco Ballet in bringing regular dance-inspired movement classes to people with Parkinson’s Disease.
Lance Friis, LMFT, brought his skills as a Kaiser Permanente therapist and a major in the California State Military Reserve to help those searching the destroyed town of Paradise, Calif.
Feedback-informed care is helping Kaiser Permanente Northern California therapists maximize the results of treatment, with a control group of adult…
Oakland’s Youth Radio was supported by Kaiser Permanente in creating an app called Mood Ring. It helps young people chart and share their emotions.
When the North Bay Fires hit a year ago, many Kaiser Permanente employees and physicians lost homes, security, or simply a way of life. Since then, bi-monthly seminars created by employees are offering a respite to anyone for free.
Kaiser Permanente furthers its commitment to mental health and wellness with financial support, deepening community partnerships, and a call for reducing stigma and developing resilience.
San Leandro’s James Baldwin Academy is home to students needing special assistance for sensory processing issues. Thanks to Kaiser Permanente and employee volunteers, they just got a new room with equipment in time for the school year.
A $200,000 grant from Kaiser Permanente enables an Oakland-based mobile shower service to bring hygiene, health, and hope to houseless neighbors.
June is LGBTQ Pride Month. Celebratory parades supported by Kaiser Permanente now take place in 7 Northern California locations, and employees are finding meaning and support when participating.
Emotional eating can affect one’s mental and physical health. Learn what’s needed to put food back in its proper place, including recognizing triggers for overeating, “breaking up” with bad foods, and making new friendships that encourage healthier living.