Community Benefit Annual Report FY 2023

El Camino Healthcare District | El Camino Health

Economic Stability
Our Partners
When I get out of this horrible situation, the only beautiful memory I will keep will be your kindness in serving me delicious food every day!"
–Participant, Day Worker Center of Mountain View
Healthcare Access
Healthcare Access & Delivery
(Including Oral Health)
Behavorial Health
Behavorial Health
(Including Domestic Violence & Trauma)
Diabetes & Obesity
Chronic Conditions
Chronic Conditions
(Other than Diabetes & Obesity)
Economic Stability
Economic Stability
(Including Food, Insecurity, Housing & Homelessness)

Economic Stability grants foster self-sufficiency by providing case management and safety net services, job training and work support, food assistance and stable housing.

See Sponsorship Recipients

Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County

Promoting self-sufficiency among low-income families through peer support system
Funding: El Camino Health (ECH)

Day Worker Center of Mountain View

Healthy meal distribution and health education classes for day workers and their families
Funding: El Camino Healthcare District (ECHD)

Downtown Streets Team

Case management and employment services for clients actively experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness

El Camino Health: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and Economic Opportunity Program

Internship and mentorship program providing professional opportunities in healthcare for local, underrepresented young adults

Hope's Corner

Nutritious meals for homeless and the food insecure

Mountain View Police Department, Youth Services Unit: Dreams and Futures Camp for At-risk Youth

Summer enrichment program for under-served 4th-8th grade students at high risk for violence and/or involvement with gangs, drugs, and/or alcohol use

Rebuilding Together Silicon Valley

Home repair and accessibility modification program for low-income older adults

Second Harvest of Silicon Valley

Nutritious no-cost food for low-income food insecure clients

Sunnyvale Community Services: Comprehensive Safety-Net Services

Emergency financial assistance with medically related bills for low-income residents in danger of eviction and financial assistance for medical equipment for homebound clients

Sunnyvale Community Services: Social Work & Homebound Client Case Management

Emergency assistance, case management, and services for homebound community members

West Valley Community Services

Case management, food assistance, and wrap-around services for low-income seniors



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