Community Catalyst Inc.$2,200,000 through December, 2020
to expand and strengthen state-level advocacy campaigns to support adoption of youth Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment and reduce barriers to implementation.
Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America$1,000,000 through March, 2019
to utilize the community coalition model to promote adoption of Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment to prevent and reduce adolescent substance use.
Public Health Institute$240,000 through April, 2018
to conduct research and analysis and provide technical assistance to local jurisdictions in California to develop local public health policies regarding marijuana legalization that promote evidence-based prevention approaches and minimize harm to youth.
School-Based Health Alliance$1,000,000 through March, 2019
to support a second phase of work to implement youth SBIRT in school-based health clinics.
American College of Academic Addiction Medicine$1,000,000 through December, 2018
to continue efforts to increase the number of physicians trained in prevention and early intervention and addiction medicine.
Facing Addiction with NCADD$600,000 through March, 2018
to support the development of communications, advocacy, and grassroots organizing strategies and provide general operating support to advance public health responses to addiction.
National Council for Behavioral Health$2,000,000 through May, 2021
to implement Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) for youth in federally qualified health centers.
California Community Foundation$300,000 through March, 2018
to support a partnership with Children's Hospital Los Angeles and the LA Trust for Children's Health to implement SBIRT at four school-based wellness centers in Los Angeles County.
Project HOPE the People to People Health Foundation, Inc.$25,000 through February, 2017
for Health Affairs to conduct a Washington, DC briefing to highlight research on behavioral health and health policy, and systems improvement.
The Mentor Foundation USA$125,000 through December, 2016
to test and evaluate an approach to strengthen substance use prevention and SBIRT through development of health literacy and peer approaches for youth.
Click on the diagram sections for information specific to each of our program areas listed below.View grantmaking in 2020
This amount represents total giving towards preventing avoidable sight loss from cataracts and blinding trachoma.About Program
This amount represents total giving towards building a global Catholic sisterhood to advance human development.About Program
This amount represents total giving towards childhood development initiatives.
This amount represents total giving toward achieving healthy and productive lives for transition age youth in foster care.About Program
This amount represents total giving towards ending chronic homelessness in Los Angeles County.About Program
This amount represents total giving towards providing opportunities for youth.
This amount represents total giving towards non-priority grantmaking which includes small and matching discretionary grant programs for board members, staff and members of the Hilton family.
This amount represents total giving towards Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize laureates.About Hilton Humanitarian Prize
This amount represents total giving towards increasing access to safe water for vulnerable and disadvantaged communities.About Program
This amount represents total giving towards youth substance use prevention and early intervention.About Program
This amount represents total giving towards supporting disaster preparedness, relief, and long-term recovery.About Program
This amount represents total giving towards supporting refugees.
- Avoidable Blindness
- Catholic Sisters
- Global Early Childhood Development
- Foster Youth
- Opportunity Youth
- Hilton Humanitarian Prize
- Safe Water
- Substance Use Prevention
- Disaster Relief & Recovery
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