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California Awards SFCHC $382,000 to Break Down Barriers To Care

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The California Department of Health Care Services has awarded San Fernando Community Health Center (SFCHC) $382,000 to increase the number of patients receiving enhanced care management services (ECM) and help improve health outcomes for Medi-Cal members.

As one of 28 community-based agencies in Los Angeles County to receive $144 million in collective funding, SFCHC will use its share to increase and train staff, enhance infrastructure and information technology, and deliver intensive case management services. These investments will position SFCHC to better serve adults and children in the community who experience chronic medical and behavioral health conditions, with a special focus on historically under-resourced and underserved populations.

Stacy Geere

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