California Community Foundation – Health Care Program
The ultimate goal of The California Community Foundation’s (CCF) Health Care Program is to improve access to a regular, sustainable source of quality health care among low-income and vulnerable children and adults in Los Angeles County.
Since launching a 10-year strategic plan in 2006, the Health Care Program has invested more than $16 million in grants to over 85 organizations to advance its priorities. CCF commissioned Informing Change to evaluate the effectiveness of the Program’s investments in community from 2006-2010 and the Program’s overall progress in advancing towards its strategic goals. CCF had a particular interested in learning about its progress toward improving clinics’ organizational capacity, service delivery capacity and Healthy Kids health insurance enrollment and retention efforts.
The findings generated from the evaluation are intended to promote learning and reflection among CCF staff and stakeholders and enhance the Program’s ability to achieve and measure impact.