CalOptima investing $5 million to address social worker shortage by supporting college students

CalOptima Health has approved the grant of 5 million dollars to Cal State Fullerton for a Behavioral Health Stipend Program that will give students 20,000 dollars each year with the promise of working at a CalOptima Health or contracted agency. The stipend will help alleviate ... Read More

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