Sierra Health Foundation is a private philanthropy investing in and serving as a catalyst for ideas, partnerships and programs that improve health and quality of life in Northern California through convening, educating and strategic grantmaking.
November 19, 2013
Health Leadership Program to return in 2014
The UC Davis Institute for Population Health Improvement and the University of San Francisco's School of Management will lead the newly designed Health Leadership Program.
Read the news release.
Visit the Health Leadership Program web page.
- Center for Health Program Management launches, opens office in Merced
- Responsive Grants Program awards total almost $250,000 for 19 organizations
- Brian Fitzgerald joins Sierra Health Foundation
- National Dialogue on Mental Health leads to action plan for Sacramento County
- UC Davis and University of San Francisco selected to co-direct new Health Leadership Program
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Current Funding Interests
Responding to health needs and concerns in urban and rural communities throughout our 26-county funding region
Supporting respite options as an alternative to hospitalization for individuals experiencing mental health crisis in Sacramento County
Strengthening and expanding the primary care safety net in El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento and Yolo counties
Working to reduce chronic disease, promote healthy lifestyles and reduce health disparities in Sacramento County
Improving health, academic and social outcomes of young people involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems
Supporting efforts to ensure young people have opportunities to find on-ramps to a healthy developmental path
Providing nonprofit health and human service organizations meeting space for education, policymaking and collaboration
Strengthening the leadership abilities of nonprofit health and human service managers and executives
Providing a multitenant, sustainable office and conference space for nonprofits working to improve health and well-being
Improving the health, independence and life skills of children