Chavez Foundation and Unite Us partner to connect residents in affordable housing communities with local organizations that provide essential services.
Keene, CA (March 30, 2022) – The Cesar Chavez Foundation (CCF) is working with Unite Us, the nation’s leading technology company connecting health and social care services, to help residents in its affordable housing communities access local organizations that provide a wide range of critical services. This partnership with Unite Us will help CCF locate services for residents living in 30 of its housing communities across New Mexico, Arizona, Texas and California.
CCF’s community services team will help families and senior citizens identify and access over 20 types of services – including food and housing assistance and health and wellness services – through the Unite Us Platform. Residents will receive secure electronic referrals within 48 hours of the initial request.
“By utilizing the Unite Us network, our staff will be able to easily develop relationships with community partners, enabling us to improve the lives of individuals living in our communities,” said Brianna Fimbres, Community Services Manager for CCF. “Our staff will be able to help residents get a range of services that will allow them to age-in-place with dignity, get back into the workforce, or find health care to maintain mental and physical stability.”
“Our national collaboration with The Cesar Chavez Foundation will benefit CCF residents across the country by connecting them to much-needed health and social care services within their communities,” said Adrienne Sherk, Senior Director, Community-Based Organization Partnerships, Unite Us. “Together, we will increase equitable access to care and services across the country and achieve our collective goal by providing their residents with the care they need, no matter where they live,” she added.