Programming and practices address barriers to equity, equality, and inclusion and facilitate diversity, autonomy, dignity, and rights.
Services provided are person-centered, trauma-informed, culturally appropriate and mitigate stigma. Information and services are available in multiple languages,
culturally competent and trauma-informed across the organization. Timely, high-quality tele-health, mobile and home services options for rural and urban underserved populations.
Use multi-specialty care teams that can meet the range of interrelated physical, emotional, and social health needs.
An environment that is physically, aesthetically, and culturally welcoming that shows respect for individuals and their families when they are receiving care.
Coverage for and access to the comprehensive range of clinical, mental, behavioral and social services that are essential to delivering effective care.
Community outreach initiatives that identify disparities and going beyond traditional approaches seeking innovative approaches. Sex workers often go without medical care out of fear of arrest medical staff, our community outreach focuses on women in local sex work.
Service providers are diverse, and representative of the community served and are equipped to provide appropriate, respectful, and culturally congruent care that builds upon the individual’s support networks.
Appropriately use disaggregated data on race, ethnicity, and other demographic factors to identify and address disparities, and to ensure that care provided, and outcomes achieved are equitable and improve the health of communities
Technologically innovative solutions including texting programs designed to reach patients at home and on the go to help identify symptoms faster for increased early detection and treatment as well as to provide health information. This can also serve as a noninvasive, self-administered digital support tool for women who are intending to become pregnant or who have just found out they are pregnant to guide care of pregnancies with risk factors.
Cultivating relationships that facilitate the sharing of relevant information between service providers and individuals and their families. This includes communicating and collecting information in ways that are appropriate and reflective of the cultural and demographic background and priorities of individuals and their caregivers and maintaining privacy and securing consent when sharing data.