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First of all, heartfelt greetings to you all as we struggle to cope with the coronavirus and its impact on our families, communities, and the world at large.
But for now, we’re reaching out with one
Dear Grantees, Partners and Supporters of the Healthcare Foundation,
Thank you so much for your dedication to our community. Now more than ever we appreciate your efforts and realize how lucky we are to be able to support partners like you.
We are here to support you. We know our
We offer our warmest greetings, and we hope that this finds you and your family safe and healthy during these days of anxious uncertainty due to coronavirus. We all have the good fortune to be part of a small, tightly knit community here in northern Sonoma County. Each
You may be feeling anxious about the spread of the novel coronavirus disease COVID-19. Given the seriousness of the disease and the media attention it’s attracted, we understand your feelings. We at the Healthcare Foundation want to help you feel prepared, and to make sure you have the latest information.
The Healthcare Foundation is honored to support Health Access and Mental Health through an innovative Street Medicine program with the homeless population. With the support of our funding, Nurse Jaclyn Ramirez of Reach for Home is building trust with homeless community members, providing them with medical care and connecting them
Over the last twenty years, we’ve raised more than $26 million for front-line medical and dental providers, state-of-the-art medical technology, and evidence-based mental health services. These substantial investments have changed the face of healthcare in our community.
While the Healthcare Foundation was created to stabilize and invest in the Healdsburg
UPDATE: The Executive Director opening has been filled. Our thanks to everyone who applied!
The Healthcare Foundation is seeking a highly-motivated and talented leader to guide us during this pivotal and exciting time for our communities of Healdsburg, Windsor, Geyserville and Cloverdale. While northern Sonoma County has been hard-hit by