Twenty-two local non-profits benefit from grants awarded by the district’s Community Health Alliance Committee
Oceanside, California – The Tri-City Healthcare District serves its community in many valuable ways. In addition to providing exceptional medical care and wellness programs close to home, it has a long tradition of giving back to the community through its annual community health grants. This year, 22 organizations received $475,000.
Each year, the healthcare district’s Board of Directors allocates funds for healthcare projects run by non-profit agencies located in or serving the citizens of Carlsbad, Oceanside, and Vista. This year, 64 organizations applied for funding for programs that address the healthcare district’s priority issues: access to healthcare, health conditions related to lifestyle and mental health.
“We are so pleased to support these 22 programs and work together to advance our community’s health and wellness. By promoting positive health changes at the grassroots level, Tri-City Healthcare District and our non-profit partners are helping people avoid hospitalization,” said Julie Nygaard, Tri-City Healthcare District board member and chair of its Community Healthcare Alliance Committee which awards the annual grants.
“Our grants are closely monitored and we look forward to seeing a positive difference in critical health issues from diabetes to mental health. Our community’s residents need more of these kinds of community-based programs and we look forward to working in partnership with this year’s grant recipients,” said Tim Moran, CEO of Tri-City Medical Center.
The following 22 non-profits were selected for funding with grants ranging from $2,300 to $63,237:
- Alzheimer’s Assoc. San Diego/Imperial Chapter
- American Diabetes Association
- BILY San Diego
- Boys & Girls Club Carlsbad
- Boys & Girls Club Oceanside
- Boys & Girls Club Vista
- California State University, San Marcos Foundation
- Emilio Nares Foundation
- Fraternity House, Inc.
- Hospice of North Coast
- Impact Young Adults (IYA)
- KOCT Oceanside Community TV Corp.
- New Haven Youth & Family Services
- North County LGBTQ Resource Center
- North County Lifeline
- Operation HOPE-Vista, Inc.
- Parkinson’s Association of San Diego
- San Diego County Medical Society Foundation
- Solutions for Change
- Vista Community Clinic
- Women’s Resource Center
- Wounded Warriors Homes Inc.
Click here for more information on the Community Healthcare Alliance Committee (CHAC).
About Tri City Medical Center
Tri-City Medical Center has served its community for over 50 years and is full service, acute-care hospital in Oceanside, Calif. with a primary care clinic and over 500 physicians practicing in 60 specialties. Its Gold Seal of Approval® from the Joint Commission recognizes its commitment to safe and effective patient care for the residents of the community it serves. It operates the only Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in North County as well as an Orthopaedic & Spine Institute, Cardiovascular Health Institute and a Neurological Institute along with the Tri-City Wellness Center in Carlsbad, Calif., recognized as one of the best wellness centers in San Diego County. It also specializes in women’s health, robotic surgery, cancer and emergency care. Selected from over 5,700 hospitals, Tri City medical Center has been recognized as an innovator in medical treatments, research, technology and care delivery as well as an anchor of health in the country.
For more information about Tri-City Medical Center and Tri-City Healthcare District, please visit TriCityMed.org.