To assist in the identification and eligibility determination of potential members, Kaiser Permanente partners with local organizations, schools and workforce development agencies. All community partners implement a training program requirement as criteria for applying for the Kaiser Permanente Bridge Program.
Click here for more information on our Community Partners, including training requirements and contact information.
If you are intersting in applying for the the Bridge Program, please contact the community partner you are affiliated with directly.
The Kaiser Permanente Bridge Program currently partners with the following:
Atlanta Children's Shelter
Atlanta Regional Workforce Board
Chattahoochee Technical College
Cherokee Career Resource Center
Clayton Career Resource Center
Clayton State University
Douglas Career Resource Centers
East Lake Foundation
First African Community Development Corporation
Georgia State University Perimeter College
Georgia State University
Gwinnett Career Resource Center
Gwinnett Technical College WIOA
Multi-Agency Alliance for Children, Inc. (MAAC)
North Fulton Community Charities
Rockdale Career Resource Centers
The Center for Working Families
Year Up Atlanta
Zion Hill Community Development Corporation