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Public Policy Update October 8 2021
(10/8/2021) 
The Coalition for Compassionate Care of California (CCCC) is very pleased by the governor’s recent signing of Senate Bill 353 (Roth), which extends until January 1, 2027, the Palliative Care Pilot Program (PCPP) allowing hospice licensees to ...
Public Policy Update October 8 2021


SB 1004 MCP Learning Community
(9/27/2021) 
CCCC was recently awarded grant funding from the California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) to lead continued efforts to expand access to palliative care for individuals covered by Medi-Cal. The grant will support the creation of a “Learning ...
SB 1004 MCP Learning Community


Public Policy Update October 8 2021
(10/8/2021) 
The Coalition for Compassionate Care of California (CCCC) is very pleased by the governor’s recent signing of Senate Bill 353 (Roth), which extends until January 1, 2027, the Palliative Care Pilot Program (PCPP) allowing hospice licensees to ...
Public Policy Update October 8 2021


SB 1004 MCP Learning Community
(9/27/2021) 
CCCC was recently awarded grant funding from the California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) to lead continued efforts to expand access to palliative care for individuals covered by Medi-Cal. The grant will support the creation of a “Learning ...
SB 1004 MCP Learning Community


Public Policy Update September 17 2021
(9/17/2021) 
Two key bills related to serious illness cleared the Legislature in the final days before the September 10 end of California’s 2021 legislative session. Governor Newsom has until October 10 to sign, approve without signing, or veto these bills ...
Public Policy Update September 17 2021


Support Our Advocacy Work and Your Gift Will Be Doubled!
(8/20/2021) 
Advocacy is one of the most powerful levers we have to create impactful change in the lives of those living with serious illness. CCCC’s policy advocacy, such as our work to secure a budget allocation for the POLST registry and quality, will have ...
Support Our Advocacy Work and Your Gift Will Be Doubled!