Current Grant Projects
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Past Grant Supported Projects
Thomas J. Long Foundation
ADVANCING THE COMMUNITY BASED HEALTH HOME (CBHH)
JAN 2015 (36 months) || $750,000
To replicate and advance the pioneering concepts of the Community Based Health Home (CBHH) as an emerging model for stabilizing health and psychosocial risk factors for older adults served in adult day health care settings whose complex conditions are exceptionally challenging.
SCAN Health Plan Community Giving
CBAS COMMUNITY HEALTH HOME
JAN 2013 (36 months) || $2,000,000
To create a Community Based Adult Services Health Home by building on the unique
bio-psycho-social CBAS service platform by adding a specially trained skilled nurse to serve as health navigator for the neediest of the elderly dual eligibles served in CBAS centers in order to keep them aging in place in the community and out of more costly institutional settings.
The California Wellness Foundation
CORE OPERATING SUPPORT
JUN 2011 (36 months) || $100,000
JUN 2008 (36 months) || $150,000
Adult Day Services programs will improve their community capacity to serve underserved
low-income populations by increasing the awareness of the program model as a necessary component of community-based long term care within health care reform activities and policies.
The California Community Foundation
TOPS: TRACKING OUTCOMES FOR PROGRAM SUCCESS
AUG 2011 (24 months) || $90,000
To maintain and promote the growth of the TOPS database system initiated as part of the California Community Foundation's Adult Day Care Project to strengthen the capacity of licensed Adult Day Services providers to assess program effectiveness and measure client outcomes in order to:
(1) Make evidence-based decisions
(2) Improve program quality
(3) Streamline data gathering for reports
(4) Outreach to potential clients (marketing)
(5) Attract funding from multiple sources
(6) Conduct effective advocacy
CORE OPERATING SUPPORT
AUG 2009 (24 months) || $102,000
To develop and facilitate strategic opportunities for adult day services to play an appropriate role within new and emerging health care reform and long term care structures and systems.
ADULT DAY HEALTH CARE AT A CROSSROADS: Conversion to a Federal Medicaid Waiver Creates Both Opportunity and Risk
2005 (36 months) || $300,000
2004 (12 months) || $15,000
To use this conversion from an optional Medi-Cal benefit to a benefit under a federal Medicaid waiver, which carries great risk for disruption of services for beneficiaries, as an opportunity to create a collaborative redesign effort working with policy makers, CMS, state departments, providers, and other stakeholders. The desired result will be a planned and careful transition to a modernized ADHC program, operating under a federal waiver that will provide, for the first time in California, opportunities for research and policy development based on data and treatment outcomes.