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.
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.
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.
Brain stimulation therapy offers another option for Kaiser Permanente patients with depression.
Kaiser Permanente helps passengers traveling through Oakland International Airport to reduce stress and maintain good mental health.
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.
Medical school student Cynthia Davila was inspired and mentored by her Kaiser Permanente pediatrician, Dr. Nora Garcia-Zepeda.
A $200,000 grant from Kaiser Permanente enables an Oakland-based mobile shower service to bring hygiene, health, and hope to houseless neighbors.
Kaiser Permanente is partnering with Inner City Capital Connections to help small businesses in economically distressed areas grow and create jobs.
Fifteen years ago, Kaiser Permanente launched its first farmers market, thanks to the innovative thinking of Preston Maring, MD.
In honor of Lab Week, meet some of Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s lab professionals who work behind the scenes to help clinicians diagnose, treat, and manage disease.