Over the past two months, Oakland-based Bay Area Community
Services and Kaiser Permanente say they’ve found
housing with social support services for more than
250 homeless individuals, and there’s more to
Kaiser Permanente has helped usher about 300 homeless seniors off
the streets of Oakland and into stable housing over the past six
months — a milestone that means the healthcare giant is more than
halfway to its ultimate goal. (The Mercury News)
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affecting the quality of health care for all Californians makes
your participation more important than ever. As a member of
CHPAC, your voice is joined with thousands of others ensuring
issues critical to your hospital’s mission are heard in
Sacramento and Washington, DC.
Rebecca came to the Hospital Council in 2000 from Kaiser
Permanente, where she was the Community and Government Relations
Representative for the North East Bay Service Area. In this
position, she developed and strengthened relationships with
federal, state, and local elected officials, their staffs, and
community and business leaders. Prior to her position with
Kaiser, Rebecca served as Legislative Assistant for U.S.
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