Unlocking the Potential
of Every Community
Unite Us brings sectors together through technology to ensure people’s needs are met. We drive the collaboration to identify, deliver, and pay for services that impact whole-person health.
Our Story Starts with Service
Unite Us was founded with a single purpose: to improve people’s health and well-being by connecting communities to our technology. We’ve built a team of good humans, collaborators, and big thinkers building solutions meant to last.
In 2013, co-founders Dan Brillman and Taylor Justice set out to serve the people they served with. Seeking to alleviate the problems veterans and their families experienced during the transition back to civilian life, Dan and Taylor designed a solution to eliminate the barriers and inefficiencies in trying to navigate health and social services.
"Thank you, Unite Us. It's inspiring to see you out there building a better world brick by brick, community by community, not taking no for an answer. You all inspire me."
Andy Slavitt , Founder & General Partner, Town Hall Ventures
It’s Built for Everyone
Unite Us expanded from serving veterans and their families to serving all people who need connections to care. We bring sectors together through technology to drive the collaboration to identify, deliver, and pay for services that impact whole-person health. Our mission is to unlock the potential of every community.
Sectors are collaborating with unprecedented ease to identify, deliver, and pay for services that impact whole-person health. But no one company, organization, association, or sector can do it alone. We’re better together. Join us today to amplify your impact.
Celebrating 10 Years of Impact
Dan, Esther, and Taylor incorporated for Unite Us.
Google introduced Unite Us to the Institute of Veterans and Military Families. This was the birth of our community-wide networks concept.
Our first community-wide networks launched in New York, Pittsburgh, and then North Carolina in partnership with Institute for Veterans and Military Families—serving veterans, transitioning service-members, and their families.
Unite Us raised our Series A funding and a team of 40 moved to new offices on North Moore Street to accommodate growing team.
A partnership was born with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Foundation for Health Leadership and Innovation, United Way of North Carolina, Expound Decisions, and Unite Us leading to NCCARE360—the first-ever statewide coordinated care network.
We signed a contract with Kaiser Permanente, our first enterprise customer, expanding our national footprint.
Our partner, United Way of Greater St. Louis, became the first Unite Us Payments customer, using Unite Us technology to reimburse community-based organizations for non-medical needs met.
We acquired NowPow and Carrot Health, expanding our reach into the community and further enhancing our data capabilities.
We launched Unite Us Payments with North Carolina DHHS, establishing the first social care payments reimbursed as a medicaid benefit in the nation.
Built Upon Three Pillars
These elements drive every interaction with our customers and users, and guide our strategy.
Our collaborative infrastructure bridges gaps between sectors and empowers organizations to coordinate and deliver a wide range of services.
Our secure, data-driven, outcomes-focused ecosystem ensures accountability between community partners and individuals served.
As the trusted choice of health, government, and community-based organizations, our solution addresses the unique needs of every community—from rural to urban and everything in between.