Healthy Communities

We recognize that many factors contribute to our patients’ health and that some have more to do with the health of our communities than our patients’ access to doctors and hospitals. Our comprehensive model of care addresses these social factors through programming designed to help address issues like food and housing security, access to education, training, and employment, and neighborhood safety. Our programs include:

  • Food security screening
  • Food access services including Women Infants and Children Nutrition Program (WIC)
  • Housing Assistance
  • Youth development programs
  • Medical and Dental Assistant training
  • Violence prevention programs
  • Community Garden
  • Building Vibrant Communities in Public Housing and community-based education provided by Health Ambassadors
  • Post-Prison Release/Re-Entry Services
  • Refugee Assessment and Assistance
  • Parenting Classes

For information about how we can meet your needs, with any of the above programming, please contact a member of your care team.