Resources for Network Partners
Thank you to our network partners for building healthier communities with us. Below are a few resources to help you navigate the platform, enhance your network, and learn from others just like you.
Learn from Other Network Partners
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- New Hampshire Community Partners: In Their Own Wordsby [email protected] (Brooke McConnell) on July 29, 2021 at 1:00 pm
In New Hampshire, our community partners find new ways to collaborate in support of their clients through the Unite Us Platform, which is part of an end-to-end suite of social care solutions. Hear directly from these Unite Us in New Hampshire partners in this new video as they share with you their experience of implementing Unite Us and the impact they’ve been able to achieve as a result.
- Community-Driven Care: How One State Prioritizes People's Healthby [email protected]om (Brooke McConnell) on July 20, 2021 at 1:53 pm
At Unite Us, we believe communities are the future of health. In the first of Unite Us’ new community health webinar series, entitled “Health Lives Here,” Unite Us Senior Community Engagement Manager Stephanie Harris spoke with two partners who are using Unite Us’ end-to-end social care solutions to improve health in their communities.
- Meeting Needs Beyond Food Securityby Community Engagement Team on June 24, 2021 at 1:55 pm
This post is part of our community blog series that highlights best practices and solutions from our network partners. This post is contributed by Unite Us team member Taylor Miller of Norfolk, VA.
- Social Care Network Helps a Family Rebuild After House Fireby Community Engagement Team on April 27, 2021 at 4:35 pm
This post is part of our community blog series that highlights best practices and solutions from our network partners. This post is contributed by Unite Us team member Megan Middaugh of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. On a typical Saturday last January in Sioux City, Iowa, Ana Hernandez got ready for bed after a night of watching television with her family. She joked with her daughter that it was so cold outside, they might freeze that night.
- Extending the Reach of Local Coordinated Entry Systemsby Community Engagement Team on April 15, 2021 at 1:58 pm
This post is part of our community blog series that highlights best practices and solutions from our network partners. This post is contributed by Unite Us team members Abbie Szymanski and Erin Willis. At Unite Us, our partnerships with Coordinated Entry systems (CES) across the country demonstrate the impact of partnering trusted housing provider networks with coordinated social care networks. With the growing housing crisis in the U.S., the need for collaboration and coordination has never been higher.