With the generous support of Archstone Foundation, the University of Washington and the University of California, Davis released an RFP January 1, 2020 for those interested in joining a learning collaborative to improve depression care for older adults. Participants learned to partner with community-based organizations (CBOs) and innovate to address patient’s physical, behavioral, and social needs to improve care.
We awarded four partnerships to participate in a learning collaborative to improve depression care for older adults and reduce mental health disparities. The four selected partnerships include:
- Community Health Centers of the Central Coast (CHCCC) and Food Bank of Santa Barbara County (FBSBC)
- Eisner Health and Special Service for Groups’ SILVER Program
- San Bernardino County Department of Aging and Adult Services Age Wise program and Lifestyle Medical
- Grove by Sutter Health and Council on Aging, Santa Rosa, CA.
Each partnership received a one-year award of $30,000 for participating in a continuous quality improvement learning community.
- Learning Collaborative Dates: July 2021 – June 2022
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