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Community Health Contracts - Health & Wellness Grants

The District provides grant funding through the Community Health Contract (CHC) program. Community Health Contract grant funds must benefit the residents of the communities served by the Fallbrook Regional Health District.  The District’s service area and sphere of influence area covers 110.57 square miles.  This includes Bonsall, De Luz, Fallbrook, and Rainbow. The San Diego Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) Sphere of Influence Map can be found here. The District grants funding to organizations that not only meet the needs of underserved individuals and communities but are also consistent with the District’s mission to assist residents to lead healthy lives, supporting a greater life span and independence.

Please review our Community Health Contracts/Grant Policy & Procedures for more information regarding purpose, requirements, guidelines, and submission deadlines. 

Applications for Fiscal Year 2022.2023 have been reviewed and awarded. Awarding for these application will occur in July. See the file below for an overview and award summary:

FY 22.23 CHC_Grant Award List wReqAmt.pdf

The contract funds will be distributed the week of the following dates:

Quarter 1 - 07/06/2022 , Quarter 2 - 11/02/2022, Quarter 3 - 02/01/2023, Quarter 4 (final) - 05/03/2023

Agencies should  refer to their contract for award amounts and number of payments. 

Logo Usage

Logo Usage Guidelines.pdf

2021-2022 Grant Cycle Reports & Payments


Unless the recipient and Health District agree upon alternative arrangements, contract funds shall be allocated quarterly upon Health District’s receipt of a report with appropriate backup documentation. Any anticipated delay in reporting, of more than one week, should be reported to the appropriate Health District staff. If the recipient fails to provide an appropriate report and backup documentation in a timely manner, the recipient may be subject to discontinuance of funding or, in the instance of full payment at onset of the contract year, return of the balance of contract funds to Health District. The recipient must submit reports by the following due dates:

07/13/2022 Quarter 4 Final Report > Report Submission Link

Grant Recipients ~ Fiscal Year 2021-2022

Be Well Therapy, Inc., Be Well Yoga for Cancer Recovery—Awarded $8,221.71

This program provides yoga for cancer recovery classes as well as "hang out groups" to connect with their students.

Quarterly Report #1Be-Well-Therapy-Inc-Q2 Impact Report.pdfBe Well Therapy-Inc-Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information about this program please e-mail 

Boys & Girls Club of North County, Summer Water Safety—Awarded $15,000.00

This program is held during the 10 weeks of summer break. The first component provides swimming lessons to children 3 and up and the second component is a structured open swim, Mon-Fri in the afternoons-monitored by certified lifeguards.

Impact Report

For more information about this program please call (760) 728-5871

 Boys & Girls Club of North County, Triple Play—Awarded $36,103.75

Triple Play is a multi-faceted program designed ta help young people become healthy, active, and learn new ways to handle stress, maintain a healthy body, and form positive relationships. 

Quarterly Report #1Boys-Girls-Clubs-of-North-County Q2 Impact Report.pdfBoys-Girls-Clubs-of-North-County-Triple Play -Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information about this program please call (760) 728-5871

Champions for Health, Project Access San Diego—Awarded $32,000.00

Project Access San Diego is the Champions for Health’s flagship program, providing access to specialty care to restore health to low-income, uninsured individuals in need of specialty medical care. The network of physicians, hospitals, surgery centers, and healthcare service partners provide a full range of healthcare services at no cost to qualifying San Diego County residents, and as part of the Health District grant, for local qualifying Fallbrook/Bonsall residents.

Quarterly Report #1San-Diego-County-Medical-Society-Foundation-dba-Champions-for-Health-Q2 Impact Report.pdfChampions-for-Health-Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information about this program please e-mail or call (858) 300-2777

D'Vine Path, Life I Can Program—Awarded $21,900.00

This program is a dynamic and safe community that provides life skills and vocational skills in agriculture, hospitality, and the arts to people with autism and other disabilities.

Quarterly Report #1D-Vine-Path-Q2 Impact Report.pdfD-Vine-Path-Inc-Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information about this program please e-mail

Fallbrook Food Pantry, Alleviating Hunger in the Greater Fallbrook Area—Awarded $77,500.00

This grant supports the Market Style Daily Distribution program where individuals and families can access food based on their needs.

Quarterly Report #1Fallbrook-Food-Alleviating Hunger Q2 Impact Report.pdfFallbrook-Food-Pantry-Q3 Impact Report.pdf

 For more information call (760) 728-7608

Fallbrook Land Conservancy, Preserve and Trail Walkability Enhancement—Awarded $17,962.50.00

This grant will support the Fallbrook Land Conservancy's efforts to maintain the preserves and trails as well as to conduct outreach activities in the community to promote the open spaces and trails available to them and collect trail count data. 

Quarterly Report #1Fallbrook-Land-Conservancy-reserve and Trail Walkability Q2 Impact Report.pdfFallbrook-Land-Conservancy-Preserve and Walkability - Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information e-mail or call (760) 728-0889

Fallbrook Land Conservancy, Save Our Forest Environmental Education Program Expansion—Awarded $11,750.00

This program entails fourth-grade students receiving a classroom visit from Save Our Forest volunteers where they are taught about adaptations of native plants, the importance of water conservation, and the necessity of volunteerism in our community. Students are then involved in a hands-on activity outdoors where they transplant a native seedling into a one-gallon pot. In the second year of the program, the students(now fifth graders) are taken on a field trip to a Fallbrook Land Conservancy preserve where they have the opportunity to transplant their once seedlings into the ground as part of a habitat restoration program. The students are also led on a guided nature walk around the preserve with additional opportunities for environmental science lessons, as well as an introduction to the preserve’s trails.

Quarterly Report #1Fallbrook-Land-Conservancy-Save Our Forest Environmental Education Q2 Impact Report.pdfFallbrook-Land-Conservancy-SOF Enviro Edu - Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information e-mail or call (760) 728-0889

Fallbrook Senior CenterCongregate Meals—Awarded $47,855.90.00

The Congregate Meals program offers a hot nutritious meal five days a week at no cost to seniors (60+).

Quarterly Report #1Fallbrook-Senior-Citizens-Service-Club-Congregate Meal Program Q2 Impact Report.pdfFallbrook-Senior-Citizens-Service-Club-Congregate Meals - Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information e-mail or call (760) 728-4498

Fallbrook Senior Center, Home Delivered Meals—Awarded $85,329.85 

Home-Delivered Meals Program provides daily meals to local Home-Bound Seniors.

Quarterly Report #1Fallbrook-Senior-Citizens-Service-Home Delivered Meal Program Q2 Impact Report.pdfFallbrook-Senior-Citizens-Service-Club-Home Delivered Meals - Q3 Impact Report.pdf

Foundation for Senior Care, Adult Day Care—Awarded $48,168.90

The Fallbrook Adult Day Care Center, “The Club” provides resources for seniors and the disabled to have an enriched life, provide socialization and allow for respite support for those caregivers who work so hard caring for their family members.

Quarterly Report #1Foundation-for-Senior-Care-Adult Day Care Q2 Impact Report.pdfFoundation-for-Senior-Care-Adult Day Care - Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information e-mail or call (760) 723-7570

Foundation for Senior Care, Door-Through-Door—Awarded $29,684.85

The Door-Through-Door, (hospital to home, without going back again) program provides a bridge of care for our seniors and disabled adults who experience hospitalization or stay at a skilled nursing facility and then are discharged home to recover. 

Quarterly Report #1Foundation-for-Senior-Care-Door Through Door Q2 Impact Report.pdfFoundation-for-Senior-Care-Door Through Door -Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information e-mail or call (760) 723-7570

Foundation for Senior Care, Senior Care Advocacy—Awarded $66,941.50

The Senior Care Advocacy program provides resources for seniors and the disabled to safely age at home. With support from the referrals and resources coordinated by the Care Advocates they ensure that clients have safe housing, are secure in their living arrangements (providing information, conducting in-home safety checks focusing on fall and injury prevention), and gain access to health care and social support systems, while encouraging or enlisting caregivers who can assist them in managing their chronic health needs. 

Quarterly Report #1Foundation-for-Senior-Care-Senior Care Advocacy Q2 Impact Report.pdfFoundation-for-Senior-Care-Senior Care Advocacy - Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information e-mail or call (760) 723-7570

Foundation for Senior Care, Senior Transportation Services—Awarded $73,075.40

Senior Transportation Services (Care Van & Expanded Rides) helps riders stay active, independent, and in control of their life. Having readily accessible, inexpensive, reliable transportation allows clients to determine when to schedule their medical appointments and other basic needs with minimal cost and little delay. Additionally, this service allows seniors the ability to access social interaction among their community members at social groups (Fallbrook Women’s Club), entertainments and recreational programming (Fallbrook Senior Center), and other supportive services above and beyond basic transportation for medical and healthcare appointments. This includes the invaluable ability to gain medical resources in the Temecula Valley.

Quarterly Report #1Foundation-for-Senior-Care-Senior Transportation Q2 Impact Report.pdfFoundation-for-Senior-Care-Senior Transportation - Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information e-mail or call (760) 723-7570-

Foundation for Senior Care + Fallbrook Food Pantry, Seniors & Disabled Adults Nutrition Program—Awarded $27,090.25

This collaborative effort has been designed specifically to alleviate the growing food insecurities
concern with our fixed-low-income community members. For those seniors and/or disabled adults who are homebound, this service provides them with weekly food
(groceries) deliveries.

Quarterly Report #1FSC_FFP-Q2 Impact Report.pdfFoundation-for-Senior-Care-and-Fallbrook-Food-Pantry-Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information call (760) 723-7570

Hospice of the Valleys,  Fallbrook Senior Assistance Program & Butterfly Memorial—Awarded $11,218.81

This support group will provide District residents bereavement and caregiver support groups (mental health services) for 13 months past the bereaved loved one's death. 

Quarterly Report #1Hospice-of-the-Valleys-Q2 Impact Report.pdfHospice-of-the-Valleys-Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more info call (951) 200-7800

Michelle's Place Cancer Resource Center, Cancer Support Services—Awarded $41,908.00

This program provides information on cancer resources, support services, and early detection. 

Quarterly Report #1Michelle-s-Place-Cancer-Resource-Center-Q2 Impact Report.pdfMichelle-s-Place-Cancer-Resource-Center-Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information call  (951)-699-5455

Palomar Family Counseling Services, Inc., Grandparents Raising Grandchildren—Awarded $15,185.50

This program aims to provide direct support and assistance needed so grandparents can rise to the challenge for their own and their grandchildren's wellbeing. The program consists of three primary functions: outreach, support, and case management, and all three areas are points of entry into the program.

Quarterly Report #1Palomar-Family-Counseling-Service-GRG Q2 Impact Report.pdfPalomar-Family-Counseling-Service-GRG - Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information call 760-741-2660

Palomar Family Counseling Services, Inc., Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds—Awarded $44,624.70

Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds will help meet the needs of area youth and families through the continued provision of community-based services. The most common access point for youth comes from local school referrals, as school personnel easily identify unmet emotional, social, and behavioral needs that are interfering with academic functioning. Similar services will be delivered to students after school at the Fallbrook Boys & Girls

Quarterly Report #1Palomar-Family-Counseling-Service-HBHM Q2 Impact Report.pdfPalomar-Family-Counseling-Service-HBHM - Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information call (760)741-2660

REINS, Therapeutic Horsemanship Program—Awarded $80,453.75

REINS provides therapy on horseback to children and adults with disabilities. Therapeutic Horsemanship is a unique form of therapy and it can only be duplicated by another therapeutic riding facility. REINS is the only Therapeutic Riding Facility in Fallbrook and the largest in San Diego County.

Quarterly Report #1REINS-Therapeutic-Horsemanship-Program-Q2 Impact Report.pdfRiding-Emphazising-Indiviual-Needs-and-Strengths-Q3 Impact Report.pdf

For more information call (760) 731-9168


For more information about our grant funding, please call the Health District office at 760.731.9187.