All In: Data for Community Health Statement on the George Floyd’s Death & Nationwide Protests

At All In, over 200 collaborations are working together to promote community health through data, collaboration, and community leadership. Driving this effort is the fight for racial justice and health equity – without which people cannot reach their optimal level of health and communities cannot thrive. Over the past week, the brutal murder of George Floyd, the police violence in the face of legitimate protest, and the unjust and ongoing oppression of black, indigenous and other people of colo...
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Listening Session: Tuesday, May 5, 2020

All In hosted a Listening Session on Tuesday, May 5, 2020, with more than 75 participants to compare notes on community-by-community COVID response-what was working, what was not, and what additional information was needed. Here is a roundup of those conversations: Crisis Response Network in Arizona pivoted their Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) toward COVID related needs. Tyler Rosensteel, Director of HMIS at Crisis Response Network, joined to share their COVID response. They ...
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Field Sensing Feedback

Throughout this crisis the DASH PO has been reaching out to our network of programs and service providers to learn what is working (& what isn't) community by community in response to the crisis. Here are some of the things we are hearing: In Pierce County, Washington the coronavirus has necessitated behavioral health and substance abuse providers and nonprofits to streamline services and strip down barriers to getting help. Elevate Health, a health equity nonprofit, worked with Pierce ...
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Field Dispatches: LA County Steps Up Role as Social “Safety Net”

"This crisis can be a wake-up call for us to kick-start multi-sector data sharing including building a platform for  data sharing." Irene Vidyanti, Data Scientist, LA County Chief Information Office. The COVID crisis has triggered a cascade of connected issues. In Los Angeles, mass unemployment may lead to a 45% jump in homelessness. Financial and food insecurity have spiked. Anxiety, depression, and mental health problems have risen. Simultaneously, many of the nonprofits and community-...
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Join us for the All In Listening Session #2: Using Data Systems to Prioritize Equity in a Time of Crisis

An event as rich as the first virtual Listening Session demands a sequel. This is it! This session will be open to all participants and questions. COVID-19 continues to highlight existing structural inequities and health disparities, making the disease more prevalent in some populations. Data systems can help us understand its impact and identify where to focus outreach. Our second Listening Session will explore how data systems and data can inform outreach to vulnerable communities to better...
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