Greater Louisville and the surrounding counties have been hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and long-term housing inequalities, leaving residents struggling to achieve economic stability. To address these challenges, Metro United Way and Unite Us disseminated and tracked $1M through the Unite Us Payments solution to provide longer-term housing and wraparound support to 406 clients struggling with the continued effects of the pandemic.
The pilot program sought to:
- Enhance community resilience through designated, capacity-building funds.
- Optimize access to funds based on evolving needs and priorities.
- Increase the visibility of data to support the need for flexible funding streams and identify other funding sources.
The results? Significant improvements in individuals’ mental and physical health with fewer reported unhealthy days.
Reaching People in Need with Social Care Funding
Metro United Way demonstrated the ability to have a real and lasting impact on the communities it serves—with Unite Us Payments solution providing the platform to monitor and measure that impact.
Unite Us provides partners in the community with one easy-to-use, secure, and compliant platform to coordinate social care, including social needs screening, referrals, and tracking of funding and outcomes.
Reducing the administrative burden thanks to automated workflows and reporting, our platform increases care teams’ efficiency and impact, as they can focus more on what they do best: helping people.
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About Unite Us
Unite Us is the nation’s leading software company bringing sectors together to improve the health and well-being of communities. We drive the collaboration to identify, deliver, and pay for services that impact whole-person health. Through Unite Us’ national network and software, community-based organizations, government agencies, and healthcare organizations are all connected to better collaborate to meet the needs of the individuals in their communities.