Our Partners

Below is a listing of our partners, how we work with each organization, and a link to their respective webpage. View our Advocacy Groups, Funding Organizations and Service Providers.

Note: ChapCare does not review or control the content at the sites to which these links connect,
therefore, these links do not constitute an endorsement by ChapCare.


Advocacy Groups

Advocacy Groups

Advocacy Group

How We Work Together

Link

211 LA County
  • ChapCare’s Referrals Department works with 211 LA County, to connect patients with medical and social services in Los Angeles County. 211 LA County is the largest information & referral service in the nation.
www.211la.org
California Primary Care Association
  • ChapCare is an active member of the California Primary Care Association.
www.cpca.org
Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County
  • ChapCare is an active member of the Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County. ChapCare’s Senior Staff attends monthly roundtable meetings.
www.ccalac.org
The Healthcare Consortium of the Greater San Gabriel Valley
  • ChapCare participates in the colorectal cancer screening program sponsored through a grant received by the The Healthcare Consortium of the Greater San Gabriel Valley, wherein we give our patients an iFOBT test kit, which is a more sensitive assay for human hemoglobin in the stool.
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Funding Organizations

Funding Organizations

Funding Organization

How We Work Together

Link

The Ahmanson Foundation
  • The Ahmanson Foundation provided funding to help ChapCare purchase equipment to outfit 3 optometry suites at its Fair Oaks health center.
www.theahmansonfoundation.org
Blue Shield of California
  • Blue Shield of California provides ChapCare with general operating support funding, which allows us to provide comprehensive primary health care to those who are uninsured.
www.blueshieldca.com
Delta Dental Community Care Foundation
  • Delta Dental Community Care Foundation provides ChapCare with grant funding to conduct oral health education in the communities we serve, and to increase access to dental screening appointments.
www.deltadentalin.com
L.A. Care Health Plan
  • Through its Tranquada VI initiative, ChapCare received funds from L.A. Care Health Plan to support its Diabetes Team – Care Coordination Model, which provides coordinated care for our homeless patients with out of control diabetes.
  • Through its Oral Health Initiative (OHI) VI, ChapCare received capital funds from L.A. Care Health Plan to expand access to dental services at its Lincoln pediatric dental clinic.
  • Through its Cross-Sector Partnership Initiative, ChapCare received funds to enhance coordination of three key social determinants of health: food, housing, and transportation for our homeless diabetic patients through a partnership with Union Station Homeless Services.
www.lacare.org
Covered California
  • Covered California provides ChapCare funding through its Navigator Grant Program, ChapCare was awarded funds to expand health insurance outreach, education, enrollment, and post-enrollment assistance in the Pasadena area
www.coveredca.com
First 5 LA
  • Through its 21st Century UCLA Dental Home Project, ChapCare received funds from First 5 LA to build its new ChapCare Lincoln pediatric dental clinic and to make operational enhancements.
www.first5la.org
The Patron Saints Foundation
  • The Patron Saints Foundation provided funded to purchase and install the 6th and final dental chair at our Lincoln health center pediatric dental clinic.
www.patronsaintsfoundation.org


Service Providers

Service Providers

  • Women’s Breast Center provides on-site mammograms (via a Mobile Unit) to ChapCare patients twice per month.

www.womansbreastcenter.com

Service Provider

How We Work Together

Link

County of Los Angeles Department of Health Services
  • ChapCare refers patients in need of specialty care to LAC+USC Medical Center
  • ChapCare participates in the eConsult program, which is administered by the department
www.ladhs.org
Foothill AIDS Project (FAP)
  • FAP provides medical case management, housing case management, and supportive care services, including mental health and substance abuse treatment, food, and transportation services to ChapCare’s HIV positive patients.
www.fapinfo.org
Foothill Unity Center
  • Foothill Unity Center provides access to healthy food through its food bank to patients referred by ChapCare.
www.foothillunitycenter.org
Greater El Monte Community Hospital
  • Contracts with Greater El Monte Community Hospital’s Obstetrician at our Vacco Health Center
  • Coordinate on outreach activities in the El Monte and South El Monte areas to ensure that people are aware of our services
www.greaterelmonte.com
Health Care LA, IPA (HCLA)
  • ChapCare is a contracted (Medical Home) clinic partner with Health Care LA, IPA (HCLA). Through our partnership, we are able to care for patients enrolled with government sponsored managed care programs in Medi-Cal, Medicare Advantage, and Medi-Medi (dual eligibles). HCLA is the largest IPA network in Los Angeles County that contracts with FQHCs and community health centers.
www.healthcarela.org
Huntington Hospital
  • Huntington Hospital is the preferred hospital for many of ChapCare’s Pasadena patients to deliver their baby
  • ChapCare refers patients to health education classes administered at Huntington Hospital
www.huntingtonhospital.com
Kaiser Permanente
  • Kaiser Permanente – Baldwin Park provides a limited number of free colonoscopies to ChapCare patients as part of their Community Surgery Volunteer program.
www.kp.org
OCHIN
  • ChapCare participates in OCHIN, one of the nation’s largest health information networks, which brings together hospitals, safety-net clinics, county health departments, university’s, etc. from 14 states, allowing providers to pool resources, share best practices, and have access to a broad range of cutting edge health information technology.
www.ochin.org
Pasadena Public Health Department (PPHD)
  • At its Pasadena Health Centers, ChapCare is a part of PPHD’s “Vaccines for Children” program. The “Vaccines for Children” program provides vaccines for low-income children.
www.ci.pasadena.ca.us/public health
San Gabriel Valley Consortium on Homelessness
  • ChapCare’s CEO is a Board member of the San Gabriel Valley Consortium on Homelessness. The consortium’s mission is to develop and support coordinated, region-wide strategies to alleviate and ultimately eradicate homelessness in the San Gabriel Valley.
www.sgvconsortium.org
Union Station Homeless Shelter
  • ChapCare provides homeless outreach services two days per week at Union Station.
www.unionstationhs.org
University of California – Berkeley
  • UC-Berkeley reviews retinal scans of ChapCare’s patients, and makes recommendations to their medical provider.
www.berkeley.edu
University of California – Davis
  • UC-Davis provides tele-dermatology consults for ChapCare patients.
www.ucdavis.edu
Western University of Health Sciences
  • Residents from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona provide optometry services at ChapCare’s Lincoln and Lime health centers under the supervision of a university professor (optometrist).
www.westernu.edu
Woman’s Breast Center
  • Women’s Breast Center provides on-site mammograms (via a Mobile Unit) to ChapCare patients twice per month.
www.womansbreastcenter.com