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Release: Kaiser Permanente Pledges $25M to Governor’s California Housing Fund

State's largest health care system is a first partner in California Access to Housing and Services Fund, extending its work toward solving homelessness
January 17, 2020

Nonprofit health care system Kaiser Permanente today announced it will be a first private sector contributor to California Governor Gavin Newsom’s newly announced fund to combat homelessness in the state, committing $25 million to the effort.

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Kaiser Permanente’s work to combat homelessness includes a successful initiative with Bay Area Community Services to house 515 Oakland adults above the age of 50 and battling chronic health conditions; and a partnership with Community Solutions to enact system change that will end chronic homelessness in 24 communities that Kaiser Permanente serves.

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