The Collaborative’s Healthcare Programs provide a range of services from cancer screenings, perinatal care and senior services. Through partnerships with the California Department of Public Health to local Registered Nurse Care Managers, Social Work Care Managers and Case Aides, the Collaborative helps to provide care and attention to those in need.

ACEs Aware Kings Collaboration

In partnership with Kings County Department of Public Health, California Health Collaborative, Kings Partnership for Prevention, and Kings United Way. The ACEs Aware Kings Collaboration is a grant provided by the ACEs Aware initiative.
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Diabetes Education Program (DEP)

DEP provides diabetes prevention and self-management classes at no cost to the residents of Fresno County.
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Every Woman Counts (EWC)

EWC aims to decrease morbidity and mortality rates associated with breast and cervical cancer by promoting early detection and assisting individuals to complete the cancer continuum, as needed.
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Maternal Wellness

The Maternal Wellness programs support women, infants, fathers, families, organizations, medical and behavioral health providers, who work with pregnant and postpartum women at risk of Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder (PMAD).
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Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP)

MSSP provides case management services to the frail and low-income seniors in Sacramento, Placer, Yolo and Yuba Counties.
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Patient Support Program

The Patient Support Program assists individuals in Butte, Glenn, Colusa and Tehama Counties with services needed to complete a breast cancer diagnostic or breast cancer treatment.
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Regional Perinatal Programs of California (RPPC)

RPPC’s mission is to improve the health and wellness of Californians by focusing on mothers and infants and improving perinatal outcomes.
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Registry Services

Registry Services is a fee for service program assisting hospitals and other reporting facilities in state mandated reporting of their cancer cases to their state cancer registry.
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