United Way 2-1-1 connects individuals and families to social services 24 hours a day, every day of the year. We provide accurate and timely assessment, information and service navigation to help people understand their options, resolve problems and improve their lives.
What to Make of Social Impact Bonds — Crosswalk Magazine — Medium
Poor oral health is rampant among American Indian communities. The Swinomish Tribe in Washington opened a clinic on their land to expand access to treatment.
Hospitals' Community Influence, Responsibility Growing | HealthLeaders Media
A plan in which healthy eating habits and exercise are promoted as ways to prevent type 2 — or adult onset — diabetes.
The Center and Cypress Research Group Collaborate with University Hospitals to Complete 12 CHNA Reports
As the need for charity care drops, some hospitals and health systems across the country are targeting funds to address societal ills such as poverty, violence, hunger, poor nutrition and lack of housing.
Boosting Community Health Impact: The Vital Role of Collaboration http://bit.ly/1PMbMrS
November 2015 Issue Brief Examines Community Health Impact
The Women-Inspired Neighborhood (WIN) Network, a Detroit-area collaboration between four regional health systems, partners systems with community organizations and local health departments to offer a comprehensive approach to addressing clinical and social factors associated with infant mortality.
Toxic Neglect: Curing Cleveland's legacy of lead poisoning | cleveland.com
Cost of obesity will 'wipe out healthcare.'
The Third Federal Foundation, along with the Marc A. and Rhonda L. Stefanski Foundation, is giving $5 million to build a new community health center aimed at addressing health disparities in Cleveland neighborhoods.
Provider organizations are tackling social issues in order to help patients better manage their health and to avoid incurring government penalties.
New infographic brings to light some shocking statistics about the prevalence of poverty in the greater Cleveland area.
Community interventions, peer support key to population health
An Extraordinary Opportunity: Hospital Community Benefits