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Community Grants


Each year, Northridge Hospital participates in the Dignity Health Community Grant Program, which focuses on supporting nonprofit community organizations whose mission is to provide access to healthcare services for underserved populations. This year we were proud to award five grants - totaling $165,240. For the last 14 years of the Community Grants Program, we are proud to say that we have awarded more than $1.81 million in community grants to 89 non-profit groups.

Northridge Hospital Awards $165,240 in Community Grants

Congratulations to the 2014 - 2015 grant winners who were recognized at the Community Board of Directors meeting on January 13, 2015.

  • Triumph Foundation - $18,240This award assists the Triumph Foundation in providing equipment, supplies and services to spinal cord injury clients with financial constraints and inadequate medical insurance.
  • Los Angeles Police Foundation - $21,000
    This grant will provide more effective responses to domestic violence through community outreach and education plus enhanced provision of services with our CATS program and Strength United’s Family Justice Center.
  • Tarzana Treatment Centers - $40,000
    The grant continues the successful “Decreasing Emergency Department Use through Education and Assessment” initiative to connect those in need to primary care, substance abuse and mental health treatment.
  • American Heart Association - $43,000
    Along with partner agencies Valley Care Community Consortium and the Mid-Valley Family YMCA,Shape-Up Your Heart”, will continue for a second year to improve the heart health of students and their families in local schools.
  • California State University, Northridge - $43,000
    The grant will add a second year to CSUN’s College of Health & Human Development’s “Let’s Cook and Move in Schools” to promote an increase in physical activity and healthy eating behaviors.