The Foundation will promote health and improve systems of care by supporting primary care, behavioral/mental health and developmental/intellectual disabilities (DD/ID), with a priority for at-risk and underserved populations. Additional focus will be placed on providing education and assistance as appropriate to community partners regarding changing healthcare delivery and reimbursement infrastructures.
- Improve healthcare clinics and outreach efforts to broaden the scope and raise the quality of healthcare for individuals and families in community settings.
- Enhance the employment pipeline to place more community health workers, home health aides, nurses and doctors in neighborhood settings.
- Strengthen family supports to protect children and assist parents with solving complex problems that can lead to violence, abuse and neglect.
- Promote opportunities for independent living to control healthcare costs and ensure that the elderly age in place with comfort, safety and dignity.
- Develop and expand existing education and training opportunities for providers to improve healthcare delivery and reimbursement.
- Strengthen systems of care by convening diverse stakeholders to shape public policy.