Improving access for those who need it most.
Even the best healthcare is worthless to those who can’t access it. And access can be especially difficult for the most vulnerable members of a community, including recent immigrants, refugees and survivors of human trafficking or domestic violence.
We believe the strength of our health system as a whole depends on our ability to provide access to vulnerable populations like these. So we’ve gathered the resources and expertise to help these populations—and the communities in which they live—find better futures. Our resources for disconnected populations include:
- Creating toolkits that provide communities with resources and help them connect with organizations that can build programs and lend expertise
- Disseminating best practices that build on the experience of innovative communities and help spread knowledge and solutions
- Building assessment tools that can help plans and providers identify survivors of domestic violence and other vulnerable populations
- Conducting training for healthcare providers to ensure they’re sensitive to the needs of disconnected populations and have the tools to provide the right solutions