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May 30, 2024

Caregivers and Advocates from USC Take on Sacramento

The Sacramento Area Council of Governments office was abuzz with activity on April 30, as it hosted the Caregiver's Journey: The Roadmap to 2030, organized by the California Caregiver’s Coalition…
News
May 14, 2024

2024 Advocacy Day

Thanks to all those who were able to join us in Sacramento for our first ever Day of Action! We had a great first Caregiver Conference and Advocacy Day with…
News
April 8, 2024

2024 Policy Priorities and Positions

The two priority bills for California Coalition on Family Caregiving are: AB-2428 Medi-Cal: Community Based-Adult Services (Calderon) This bill would create a Medi-Cal rate floor for adult day programs. Many Adult…
Reports
December 5, 2023

New California Caregiver Resource Center Report Offers Insights on Experiences of Family Caregivers

Each year the California Caregiver Resource Centers (CRCs) releases a report to illuminate the experiences, demographics and service needs of family caregivers across California, titled Picking Up the Pace of Change:…
Reports
July 2, 2018

Final Report from the California Task Force on Family Caregiving

The policy recommendations from the California Task Force on Family Caregiving are intended to address some of these challenges and help caregivers continue in their roles without harm to themselves.…
Reports
June 1, 2017

Legislative Recommendations from Other Caregiving Task Forces

A Compilation for the California Task Force on Family Caregiving

Our Partners

The California Coalition on Family Caregiving receives administrative support from the USC Family Caregiver Support Center (USC FCSC) at the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, Family Caregiver Alliance (FCA), and the Los Angeles Alliance for Community Health & Aging (LAACHA) with funding from the Archstone Foundation and Community Catalyst.