We cultivate innovation within organizations delivering care and services to low-income people. How? We help you …
new ways of working and creative problem solving.
the research, testing, and implementation of fresh approaches.
successful innovations, so our network rapidly adopts best practices.
We work relentlessly to bring practical innovations to your organization.
We believe the challenges we face are actually tremendous opportunities. Alone, you can continue efforts to plug the gaps in a broken system. But together, we can realize transformational change.
Explore our programs and areas of work:
Free online learning for all.
Problem Solving Around COVID-19 and MAT: April 8 and April 15 at 12pm PT. CCI is hosting a webinar series to share resources about COVID-19 and medications for addiction treatment (MAT). Dr. Brian Hurley will be on hand to help answer questions, and Addiction Treatment Starts Here coaches will join to share their perspectives. Register
Population Care During COVID-19: Caring for Patients with Chronic Conditions: April 9 at 12pm PT. Determining how to continue providing care to patients with chronic conditions, who have an increased risk for contracting COVID-19, is a challenge. Join this webinar to learn about how Kaiser Permanente’s Southern California Permanente Medical Group is handling these questions. Register
We’re bringing our two decades of experience directly to you, in an online format.
Through CCI Academy, you can participate in short courses, where you’ll discover the mindsets, behaviors, and skills to pursue new ideas. You can join peer workshops to learn from our growing network of innovators.
You can also jump into community discussions to ask questions and share your own experiences. Right now, the forum is buzzing with crowdsourced resources to help you through the COVID-19 pandemic.
We’re now accepting applications for our newest program — the California ACEs Learning & Quality Improvement Collaborative (CALQIC).
In partnership with the UCSF Center to Advance Trauma-Informed Healthcare and other key partners, we’ll select 15 organizations across California to participate in this 18-month learning collaborative to support clinics in screening for and responding to adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in children and adults.
We’ll provide access to training and technical assistance, in-person conferences, site visits to exemplar organizations, and coaching, as well up to $70,000 in grants to each participating organization.