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First-responders are leading the larger public health movement called #stayhome. They are asking the public to shelter in place and practice social distancing so they can help fight COVID-19. See the photos from Kaiser Permanente Northern California health care professionals who have joined in.
Kaiser Permanente is providing $1 million to increase capacity for preventing and treating cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, within the nation’s homeless population in a collaboration with the National Health Care for the Homeless Council.
What is COVID-19? Is it a pandemic? In this short video, these questions are answered.
How does COVID-19 spread, and how do I avoid it? In this short video, these questions are answered.
Beginning mid-March, invitations to participate in the U.S. census online, by mail, or by phone will be mailed out prior to official Census Day on April 1. Census results significantly impact the wellbeing of all communities, particularly vulnerable ones. That’s where Kaiser Permanente comes in.
Kaiser Permanente is contributing $1 million to 10 leading public health organizations and collaborating with CDC Foundation to strengthen the United States’ public health infrastructure and response systems to stop the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
Our History. Our Health. That was the theme of the Kaiser Permanente Black History Month Health Fair February 29 at the Fabiola Medical Offices in Oakland.
With Kaiser Permanente grants, African American churches in San Francisco and the East Bay are developing mental health first aid and awareness programs.
Initiatives will preserve and expand affordable housing, support immediate health and housing-related needs, and aid homelessness response systems.
An $80,000 grant will provide mental health resources and counseling to the Hmong community.