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CC congratulates the California League of Conservation Voters Education Fund(a CC client) for receiving $60,000. This latest achievement is another example of the commitment of CLCVF’s leadership to promote the quality of life for its community. It’s also a reflection of the dedication and hard work by CC Project Manager, Adel Hsu, who ensured a successful grant application. Thank you, Adel, and congratulations CLCVF!

CC congratulates the California League of Conservation Voters Education Fund(a CC client) for receiving $60,000. This latest achievement is another example of the commitment of CLCVF’s leadership to promote the quality of life for its community. It’s also a reflection of the dedication and hard work by CC Project Manager, Adel Hsu, who ensured a successful grant application. Thank you, Adel, and congratulations CLCVF!

CC INC is honored that the City of Relands has asked us to provide grant writing services. We look forward to collaborating with the City to help transform their vision into their legacy. Thank you, City of Redlands!

CC INC is honored that the City of Relands has asked us to provide grant writing services. We look forward to collaborating with the City to help transform their vision into their legacy. Thank you, City of Redlands!

California Consulting is pleased to announce the Cosumnes Community Services District (a CC client received the CFD SAFER Grant in the amount of $7,126,891 from FEMA.

California Consulting is pleased to announce Cosumnes Community Services District received the Staffing For Adequate Fire And Emergency Response (SAFER)in the amount of $7,126,891 from FEMA.

Chief McLaughlin stated, “The SAFER grant will directly benefit the residents and visitors of our District by providing us the opportunity to build and staff a fire station that is desperately needed.”

This latest achievement is another example of the commitment of Cosumnes Fire Department leadership to protect and promote the quality of life for its residents. It’s also a reflection of the dedication and hard work by CC Project Manager Ashley Ramsey who ensured a successful grant application.

“After FEMA’s SAFER deadline extension that included a supplanting exemption, we were able to expand our existing request to include backfill positions for the Department, which had extensive retirements this year. Our teamwork allowed us to quickly reorganize the application to seize the opportunity and make a huge difference for the Cosumnes Fire Department!” Ashley stated.

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California Consulting is pleased to announce the Upcoming Funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities to Improve Health Outcomes projected release is December 30, 2020.

California Consulting is pleased to announce the Upcoming Funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities to Improve Health Outcomes projected release is December 30, 2020.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities to Improve Health Outcomes

Forecasted Post Date: December 31, 2020

Forecasted Deadline: March 31, 2021

Amount: $300,000 to $400,000
Match: No

Eligibility: States, counties, cities, special districts, independent school districts, public, private and state-controlled IHEs, tribal governments and organizations. Nonprofits

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=328672

The HHS Office of Minority Health is offering funding to support State and local collaborative teams in implementing a methodological framework and strategies for assessing and addressing structural racism in health policies, developed through a complementary policy academy initiative. In particular, awardees will: (1) Obtain governmental and public buy-in for engaging in this policy collaborative endeavor; (2) Create a multi-sector team (e.g., comprised of leadership from the governor’s/mayor’s office and health, behavioral health, child welfare, justice, education, commerce, community service, and other agencies, and from community organizations); (3) Conduct a review of existing policies to identify the areas primed for a structural racism assessment; (4) Develop or revise a policy (or policies) to address structural racism and improve health outcomes; (5) Implement the new/revised policy and evaluate its impact on health outcomes for racial and ethnic minorities within their jurisdiction; and (6) Create and implement strategies to communicate, sustain and spread policies resulting in improved health outcomes for racial and ethnic minorities. BACKGROUND: Racial and ethnic minority populations experience a number of disparities which contribute to poor health outcomes. Structural racism, evidenced in residential segregation, inequitable allocation, and quality of services and resources such as health care and education, disproportionate contact with the justice system, and lack of access to employment opportunities, plays a persistent and large role in historical disadvantage and supports the persistence of racial and ethnic health disparities.

CC congratulates Woodlake Unified School District (a CC client) for receiving the COPS School Violence Prevention Program (SVPP) in the amount of $126,001 from the U.S. Department of Justice. These monies will fund extra security equipment, including cameras, radios, panic buttons, and visitor management software. This latest achievement is another example of the commitment of Woodlake USD’s leadership to provide a safe educational environment for its students. It’s also a reflection of the dedication and hard work by CC Project Manager Dana Leusch who ensured a successful grant application. Thank you, Dana, and congratulations WUSD!

CC congratulates Woodlake Unified School District (a CC client) for receiving the COPS School Violence Prevention Program (SVPP) in the amount of $126,001 from the  U.S. Department of Justice.

These monies will fund extra security equipment, including cameras, radios, panic buttons, and visitor management software.

This latest achievement is another example of the commitment of Woodlake USD’s leadership to provide a safe educational environment for its students.

It’s also a reflection of the dedication and hard work by CC Project Manager Dana Leusch who ensured a successful grant application.

Thank you, Dana, and congratulations WUSD!