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Asian Pacific Community Counseling (with Hmong Women’s Heritage Association and Southeast Asian Assistance Center)
To improve access to mental health services and increase cultural competency among mental health providers, serving Asian Pacific Islander communities in South Sacramento, $80,000. www.apccounseling.org


Asian Resources
To support the Cultural Awareness and Community Health Education (CACHE) program at Valley High School, $17,500. www.asianresources.org


Breaking Barriers Community Services Center of Sacramento
To support field based testing for HIV/STD through a mobile clinic, $8,000. www.breakingbarriers-sacramento.org


Community Against Sexual Harm (CASH)
To support a street outreach and peer counseling program to improve health outcomes for women in the sex industry, primarily in Oak Park, $26,740. www.cppsac.org


Elk Grove Unified School District
For two dental screening clinics and four immunization clinics for students in EGUSD, $31,605. www.egusd.k12.ca.us


Harm Reduction Services
To provide approximately 1,000 additional client interactions through outreach for health services, education and disease prevention, $14,000. www.harmreductionservices.org


Health Education Council
For Don’t Buy the Lie, an anti-tobacco program that reaches 9,000 students in Greater Sacramento, $54,063. www.healthedcouncil.org


Sacramento County Division of Public Health
For school-based flu clinics at ten vulnerable schools throughout the county, $49,737. www.saccounty.net


Sacramento Native American Health Center
To increase patient visits and address chronic health conditions among the uninsured, $75,000. www.snahc.org


St. John’s Shelter for Women and Children
To support and expand counseling services for homeless women with drug and alcohol issues, $25,000. www.stjohnsshelter.org


The Effort
To expand its primary care medical services at their South Valley Center clinic site, $50,000. www.theeffort.org 


Community and Family Violence Prevention and Intervention Grants 

Always Knocking
For youth and gang violence prevention programs in South Sacramento County, $25,000.


Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Sacramento
To support the GREAT Kids Program during summer months for 350 youth throughout Sacramento, considered at-risk for involvement in gangs, $49,599. www.bgcsac.org


Lao Family Community Development
To educate and protect Hmong and Mien-Lao women from domestic violence, $40,000. www.lfcd.org


My Sister’s House
To sustain and expand services in low-income housing complexes in Sacramento, and help prevent domestic violence, $20,000. www.my-sisters-house.org


Sacramento Area Congregations Together (ACT)
To train faith and community leaders to support the Sacramento Safe Community Partner - CEASEFIRE program in South Sacramento and Oak Park, $25,000. www.sacact.org


Sacramento Employment and Training Agency (with Sacramento Police Department and Sacramento ACT)
For citywide violence intervention program, the Safe Community Partnership – CEASEFIRE, $35,000. www.seta.net


WEAVE
To support 24-hour crisis intervention for domestic violence victims, and expand services to South Sacramento and Elk Grove, $50,000. www.weaveinc.org


Healthy Eating and Active Living Grants
American Heart Association
To educate African Americans and Latinos in South Sacramento about strokes, heart disease and risk factors, $15,000. www.heart.org


Elk Grove Food Bank Services
To expand a mobile pantry program that delivers healthy food to homebound seniors, and to expand the mobile pantry program for farm workers in southern Sacramento County, $15,000. www.elkgrovefoodbank.org


NeighborWorks Home Ownership Center
To continue and expand the Oak Park Farmer’s Market at McClatchy Park in Oak Park, $24,877. www.nwsac.org


People Reaching Out
To combine violence prevention and healthy eating/active living strategies for youth and families in Valley Hi, through the Valley Hi Youth and Adult Coalition, $25,000. www.peoplereachingout.org
 

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