The REACH Foundation focuses its community investments in three outcome areas that support the foundation’s aim of achieving equitable health outcomes by removing barriers to health coverage and care. These outcomes are defined through a set of strategies that drive our work, partnerships and where we invest. The foundation places additional emphasis on the health access and care needs of populations that are consistently underserved: Immigrants, refugees, youth transitioning out of foster care, and homeless youth and adults. Together, the outcomes, strategies and priority populations frame the foundation’s strategic plan.
Protect the gains made in lowering the uninsured rate by county and continue to decrease the uninsured rate.
Strengthen the capacity of the safety net and community to provide high quality, whole person care for consumers with no or inadequate health insurance.