01.22.2021 | Health Leads
The COVID-19 crisis has sparked advocacy efforts across the nation. Organizations and communities are taking action to demand not only immediate relief but long-term solutions to our most pressing social injustices.
We are proud to support the following efforts driving progress in racial equity, access to essential resources, caregiver and community health worker rights, data integrity and integration, and countless other issues that have gone unaddressed for far too long.
- Preserve and Protect the Integrity of COVID-19 Data
- Equitable Reopening for Black and Latinx communities in the State of Massachusetts
- Community-Based Workforce Principles for Contact Tracing
- Moratorium on Eviction and Foreclosures in the State of Massachusetts
- Collective Response to the COVID-19 Impact on African Americans and other Priority Populations
- Prioritizing the importance of CHWs in the COVID-19 Crisis Response
- Safe Reopening in the State of Massachusetts
- Housing Stability in the State of California
- Increase Direct Aid to States to Meet Critical Health Needs
- Open Letter to Governor Charlie Baker Regarding Safe Opening of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- Black Mamas Matter Alliance: Statement on ICE Coerced Hysterectomies
- Addressing the “SNAP Gap” in Massachusetts
- New York Covid-19 Food Coalition Policy Platform
Latest Blog Posts
03.31.2020 | Mike DiMarco
Many organizations responding to COVID-19 are wisely investigating federal and state assistance programs that will support their work and missions during this unprecedented time. However, the pathway to securing this type of disaster funding is often unclear, and the influx of information can be overwhelming. To help out, we’ve summarized the opportunities for organizations looking to secure disaster funding.
03.20.2020 | Jennifer Valenzuela
Our Chief People & Equity Officer, clinical social worker and public health practitioner Jennifer Valenzuela shares practical advice around how we can focus our response to this crisis on well-being and dignity for those who need it most.
At this time of intense pressure, uncertainty and change, self-care is more important than ever. Here are some things you and your staff can easily implement.