Behavioral Health Division County of Sonoma

It is the mission of Sonoma County Behavioral Health Division to promote recovery and wellness to Sonoma County residents. They provide mental health and substance use disorder services across the service spectrum, from prevention, early intervention and treatment, to aftercare and recovery. These services are provided directly or through partnerships with community based agencies and provided in all languages. Programs include: Peer Run Self-help Centers; Adult Substance Use Treatment; Youth Substance ... Read More

Community Foundation Sonoma County

The Community Foundation Sonoma County provided the Community Network with part of the seed money needed to establish the Journey Project. Community Foundation Sonoma County, with assets exceeding $130 million and more than 450 different funds established by individual donors, community groups and nonprofit organizations, has returned more than $116 million to the community since it was established in 1983. Visit Community Foundation Sonoma County ... Read More

Exchange Bank

The Exchange Bank awarded the Community Network a grant in 2010 to replace the computer system we rely upon for all that we do. This grant, awarded through the Exchange Bank Foundation, also funded purchase of a portable DVD player for our small group training efforts. Additionally, the Exchange Bank helped to fund a three-hour pilot training for administrators and staff from Residential Care Homes for the Elderly that we produced in late October, 2010 titled Improving Care Through Life’s End for ... Read More

Jean Schulz Donor Advised Fund

In the mid-1990s, the Jean Schulz Donor Advised Fund granted the Community Network money needed to purchase computer equipment used to launch and help grow the Journey Project. In 2005 we were again generously awarded grant funds needed to upgrade our computer technology and incorporate the use of digital technology into our workshop program. New technology is housed in the Environmental Center (home of the Journey Project Resource Center) and is shared for the benefit of members of the Sonoma County ... Read More

Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa

A grant award from Kaiser Permanente (KP) Santa Rosa Community Benefit enabled the Community Network to work in concert with KP Health Education staff and area senior centers to produce four “Wellness Through Life’s End” workshops in Santa Rosa and Sebastopol during 2007 (see calendar for more info.) The Kaiser grant award also helped with upgrading our website and building the “Support Group Clearninghouse” serving consumers and providers in the Greater Sonoma County region. It is the ... Read More

Marco A. Vidal Fund

Since 2007, the Marco A. Vidal Fund has been providing general operating support to the Community Network. Grants received through the generosity of Mr. Vidal help further work we do to improve care for the elderly and those living with life-limiting serious illness including their caregivers. The Marin Community Foundation is administrator for the Marco A. Vidal Fund.

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Pacific Foundation for Medical Care

The Pacific Foundation for Medical Care granted the Community Network a part of the seed money needed to start the Journey Project in 1997. In 2011 PFMC granted us funding needed to help further our work educating physicians about end of life planning and care. The Pacific Foundation for Medical Care is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving patient access to physicians. Through their affiliation with the California Foundation for Medical Care, they are part of one of the largest preferred ... Read More

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Rallying Points was a national program (active 2000 - 2004)dedicated to supporting grassroots efforts to improve quality of care and life through life’s end. Grants received from the RWJF Rallying Point Program enabled the Community Network: to work with our Latino Advisory Council and Sonoma County In Home Support Services Public Authority to create a four-hour Spanish-language “End of Life Issues” pilot training program (2004); to provide planning and support ... Read More

St. Joseph Health System – Sonoma County

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. ... Read More

The California Endowment

Funding from The California Endowment assisted with development of the tools, resources and capacity to further develop our Wellness Through Life’s End two-hour training program in Spanish for Latino caregivers. In Fall, 2008 Journey Project Latino Program Co-Directors presented the pilot training program Bienestar A Traves del Final de la Vida, Encontrando Nuestro Camino to more than 30 Latino caregivers as a result. Work is underway, doing what is needed to continue this program created with ... Read More