Health happens in communities.
For over two decades, we’ve worked closely with hospitals and clinics to connect people to essential resources like food, housing and transportation alongside medical care. Today, we’re working both locally and nationally to break down systemic barriers to health.
Change takes a team effort.
We’ve been honored to work with and support many innovative and passionate organizations and individuals who work tirelessly for health equity in their communities — and we know there are many more. Learn more and join our Network of changemakers.
Volunteers, advocates and others are responding to the economic fallout of the pandemic - and their training will be critical. Built on 20+ years of testing, our Workforce Training Guide can help. We hope to support and accelerate the number of people deployed to respond to the essential resource crisis that’s only just begun.
The impact of this pandemic extends far beyond the illness itself – and right now, another demand curve shows the secondary impacts of COVID-19 are already starting to surge. The economic fallout has already started to expose our systems’ deepest flaws, fractures and inequities, but we can take action now to respond and rebuild.
The highly contagious coronavirus is threatening the safety of healthcare and social services workers around the globe, and keeping it out of their homes after a shift is a big challenge. Our Chief Clinical Officer Damon Francis shared these recommendations created by emergency department clinicians in the Bay Area.
During the second webinar of the Intentionally Integrating Equity into SDOH Interventions series, three health ...