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Grants Available Through Cities for Workforce Health Wellness Program

July 15, 2020
A healthy and productive workforce is vital to your city’s success. 
 
Sponsored by the League Partner Program, Kaiser Permanente, Keenan, and the HEAL Cities Campaign, the Cities For Workforce Health (CFWH) program is designed to help cities engage their employees in a culture of health and productivity at the workplace. Cities can apply for a 2021 Cities for Workforce Health (CFWH) consulting grant to help improve the health and safety for their employees.
 
Grant Selection Criteria

A grant review committee will review and evaluate applicants and select five cities to receive grants based on the following criteria:
  • Demonstration that a basic wellness program infrastructure is currently in place (e.g. leadership team or steering committee has been formed; wellness champions have been identified; and/or a survey or assessment of health needs/risks has been conducted);
  • Readiness to initiate or further develop a worksite wellness program;
  • Commitment to building the program’s infrastructure and capacity; and
  • Need for professional consultation to assist with program development efforts. 
In addition, the review committee aims to balance the selection of awardees based on geographic location (Northern, Central, and Southern California) and size of employee population.

Application Details and Resources
 
Applications are due Friday, Aug. 14 and must be submitted online. Answers must be provided in one session, meaning you cannot return to a closed session to pick up where you left off. Be sure to hit submit once you have completed all answers.
 
Cities may use the following materials to prepare for the application process: Additional information and details about the consulting grants and application process are available on the League website.
 
For technical assistance in completing the survey or help with the application process, please contact: Jennifer Castillo.

For questions about the program, please contact Mike Egan at (916) 658-8271.


 
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