We believe that a connected community, supported by data and technology, will revolutionize health care.
We are launching a 22-month learning collaborative to strengthen multi-sector partnerships that prevent domestic violence and promote health and well-being for young people and their caregivers. We’ll provide a range of technical assistance and up to $70,000 in grant funding to strengthen these partnerships so they can build on family strengths, encourage healing, and help prevent the damaging cycle of intergenerational violence. The program will include a mix of virtual and in-person learning sessions, peer sharing and learning opportunities, support in defining metrics to understand partnership progress, and an online community to share best practices, challenges, and success stories.
We currently are looking to expand our California network of community health centers, public hospitals, and clinic consortia. Entrepreneurs also play a key partnership role with the Hub, and we’re always looking to learn about new, compelling technology companies offering solutions that make care better for underserved communities.