Access to Healthcare

Cover the Kids
CTK will strengthen and expand the public/private outreach and enrollment infrastructure in the Sacramento Building Healthy Communities (SBHC) target area by providing outreach, enrollment, retention and utilization (OERU) services and having the ability to streamline health coverage applications and referrals of other social service programs through the Department of Human Assistance.

Sacramento City Unified School District
To strengthen the infrastructure of Sacramento City Unified School District to increase school attendance and safety in schools by becoming a portal for health, wellness and human services for students and their families.

Legal Services of Northern California
Strengthen and expand mechanisms for linking individual health, housing and transportation problems in South Sacramento to policy and systemic changes in the local Sacramento area and statewide.

Sacramento District Dental Society
Increase awareness of the importance of children’s dental health on the overall health of a child and improve access to dental and health care.

The Effort
Oak Park Community Clinic/Establish an integrated primary, behavioral health and dental healthcare home for 3,000 residents of South Sacramento.

Harm Reduction Services
To build the capacity of residents to learn how to access health and dental insurance programs and outreach to their neighbors to access available health services by providing monthly health screenings and on site assistance in obtaining the forms and information about qualifying for Sacramento County Medically Indigent Support Program (CMISP), MediCal, medical insurance for minors, Social Security and Social Security Disability.

Capitol Community Health Network
The Community Health Navigator (CHN) project being coordinated by CCHN is a collaboration of culturally competent social service agencies working with community health providers.  Paid and volunteer CHNs will provide access to health education, identify families in need of health interventions, navigate those families through the health system and help them find permanent health homes.

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