The St. Joseph Health System Sonoma County Community Benefit Department provided seed money for the Journey Project Latino Caregiver Outreach & Training Program development during 2006. The grant enabled us to do work with community leaders ( including the Journey Project Latino Advisory Council) to develop a Plan for Cooperative Action. This Plan will help guide and support the expansion, decentralization and integration of the Journey Project services into the existing Latino service delivery system. It is interesting to note that the SJHS-SC, founded and operated by the Sisters of Orange, has been serving the Sonoma County region since New Year’s Day 1950 when Memorial Hospital opened its doors. SJHS-SC now serves communities as far away as Lake, Mendocino, and Marin counties.