In partnership with the California Health Care Foundation (CHCF), Transitions Clinic Network (TCN) is working with up to 25 primary care clinics throughout California to implement the Transitions Clinic Network program.

The TCN program is an evidenced-based model of care that reduces ED visits, hospitalizations and parole and probation violations for patients impacted by the criminal justice system. This is a unique opportunity for clinics to play a role in not just improving patients’ health, but improving communities’ health by addressing public safety and reducing mass incarceration.

We are pleased to announce that we are currently accepting applications for our second cohort of clinics to participate in the initiative. Applications to participate are due Friday September 20th at 5pm.

Download program description and application.

Key Dates:

  • Applications (site assessment survey and proposal) due to September 20th, 2019 at 5pm PST
  • Informational webinar: Date TBD–please feel free to view this informational webinar for more information about the initiative. Please note that this webinar was recorded last year so dates related to application are not current.
  • Sites notified of selection: October 11, 2019
  • Kick off meeting: mid-November 2019 in Oakland CA

Please direct any questions about the initiative and/or applications to TCN’s California Program Manager, Liz Kroboth: