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.
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Kaiser Permanente continues its commitment to helping Santa Rosa recover from a devasting fire 2 years ago.
Mission Neighborhood Centers is using KP funds to increase access to health services and health education for 218 local children…
KP Launch, the Kaiser Permanente Northern California high school and college internship program, is expanding its college cohort as part its mission to increase diversity in health care.
Kaiser Permanente awards PEP Housing $1 million to help build homes for low-income and chronically homeless seniors.
Kaiser Permanente is partnering with Inner City Capital Connections to help small businesses in economically distressed areas grow and create jobs.
Kaiser Permanente is funding free training courses to empower employees and the community to respond compassionately when someone is experiencing a mental health challenge.
As part of its commitment to community health and its partnership with the Oakland Unified School District, Kaiser Permanente is providing financial support and volunteer mentors to ensure that more Oakland students graduate from college.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California awards Deloras Jones Scholarships to 120 promising nursing students in the community.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California awards $1.3 million to 15 community groups to increase access to public food programs.
Kaiser Permanente partners with The Alliance for a Healthier Generation to honor schools that promote healthy habits.
How does Kaiser Permanente help meet the most pressing health needs in Northern California? Check out the new and dynamic Building Healthy Communities report.