Wellness & Prevention

The CMSP Wellness and Prevention grant submission period has closed.

In 2016, the CMSP Governing Board approved the Wellness & Prevention Grant Pilot Project (Grant) to test the effectiveness of providing local-level wellness and prevention services to CMSP eligible and potentially eligible persons.  CMSP awarded 30 grants for a total of $6,681,670 to assist projects in addressing at least one of these three key areas:

  • Community Wellness: Community based, collaborative strategies to provide wellness and prevention services for uninsured populations, with a focus on potential CMSP enrollees.
  • Whole Person Care: Integrated systems development strategies that link local health and human service delivery systems to better serve CMSP enrollees, potential CMSP enrollees, and other publicly funded populations.
  • Addressing the Social Determinants of Health: Collaborative local efforts to work across five determinants – Economic Stability, Education, Social and Community Context, Health and Health Care, and Neighborhood and Built Environment – to establish policies and strategies that positively influence social and economic conditions and those that support changes in individual behavior for the uninsured, including potential CMSP enrollees

For more information about this grant please contact Laura Moyer, Program Analyst at (916) 649-2631 ext. 110 or lmoyer@cmspcounties.org.