Meet Our MolinaCares California Equity and Accessibility Initiative Partners
The MolinaCares California Equity and Accessibility Initiative is a nearly $2 million investment, collaborating with community organizations to address health disparities and improve health outcomes for all Californians. Meet some of our partners, and the work we are proud to support:
MolinaCares and The Alzheimer’s Association of California expand Alzheimer’s programming
MolinaCares is partnering with the Alzheimer’s Association of California to implement a Southern California Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care ECHO® Program. The program will advance the capacity of providers to respond to the needs of individuals with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia. The Project ECHO tele-mentoring program will work with doctors to improve quality of life and outcomes for this vulnerable population.
MolinaCares supports the California Council of Community Behavioral Health Agencies
To combat mental health disparities in the state, MolinaCares is providing the California Council of Community Behavioral Health Agencies with a grant for a suicide and crisis prevention line program. These efforts will create training for 13 call centers throughout California and support 988 crisis lines.
MolinaCares and The California Primary Care Association
MolinaCares is collaborating with the California Primary Care Association (CPCA) to develop and launch the Leadership Equity Program (LEP). This program will aim to empower leadership equity and training for the next generation of physician leaders in the state.
MolinaCares and Transitions Clinic Network partner to create new Healthcare Hub
This partnership supports Transitions Clinic Network (TCN) engagement with formerly incarcerated individuals as they reenter their communities. MolinaCares will aid in the expansion of the TCN Reentry Healthcare Hub, which will provide additional linkages to care, improve care coordination efforts, and build infrastructure for referrals from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.