The Warriors Community Foundation and Kaiser Permanente on March 11 announced a partnership to create Generation Thrive, an innovative initiative that aims to lift up at-risk youth in the community. Generation Thrive, which will be headquartered out of the Warriors current practice facility in Oakland, will focus efforts in 3 key areas: educational equity, college and career readiness, and health and wellness.
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Kaiser Permanente supports community health with a $1 million investment to San Francisco General Hospital Foundation’s Transform Mental and Behavioral Health Fund.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s Educational Theatre is connecting a record number of student audience members to adults for help.
Kaiser Permanente supports the San Francisco Ballet in bringing regular dance-inspired movement classes to people with Parkinson’s Disease.
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Kaiser Permanente and Initiative for a Competitive Inner City enter Sacramento, the fifth U.S. city where they are helping businesses create more good-paying jobs through a program called Inner City Capital Connections.
Kaiser Permanente therapists and behavioral health professionals are encouraged to volunteer to help victims of the Camp Fire in Butte…
A new mobile dental clinic provides up to 8,000 children a year with free dental treatments.
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.
Kaiser Permanente is partnering with the San Francisco Foundation and a trio of nonprofit agencies to help keep Oakland residents in stable housing.
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.
Kaiser Permanente contributes $1.5 million through 2 grants that extend mental health services and other supports to Sonoma County fire victims.