Foundations of Health
Basic human and social needs must be met for individuals and families to be their healthiest. These social determinants of health include factors such as socioeconomic status, education, neighborhood and physical environment, employment, social support networks, and access to health care. Providence invests in addressing these social conditions to improve health and well-being and to reduce longstanding inequities in health care. Our report highlights:
- Increasing food security
- Housing solutions that reduce homelessness
- Creating educational pathways for children and adults
- Improving health equity and addressing systemic injustice
Stories of Healing and Hope
Providence and partners respond to food insecurity at home and abroad.
The Providence family of organizations strives to create ongoing, strategic partnerships to serve those disproportionately affected by housing instability and homelessness.
Education is very much part of a healthy life, and Providence understands the importance of community-based partnerships to help bring greater access to learning for all.