Low-income and other vulnerable populations in our community often face extraordinary barriers to accessing resources that sustain health.
The Community Assistance Program (CAP) connects individuals in need to resources that help them successfully transition from a hospital back into the community following major medical interventions.
Additionally, the team works closely with Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs) to support Medicaid members in accessing health-related, non-medical resources available to them.
For our program partners, we take care of securing contracts, managing a variety of community partners, invoicing, leveraging discounts, and data collection/reporting so they can focus on community support.
• Airfare and regional transit fares
• Ambulance (wheelchair and gurney) transportation
• Car seats
• Classes and camps
• Durable medical equipment
• Gift cards and gas cards
• Guardianship guarantor letters
• Local transit passes and taxis
• Meal vouchers
• Meal, CSA, and fresh produce delivery
• Personal care kits, clothes, and shoes
• Prepaid phones and minutes
• Rent and utility assistance
• Short-term housing and hotel stays
• And more!
*Available only if a CCO or health system has a contract with us. Reach out to find out more.