Kaiser Permanente To Invest $200M Into Community-Based Efforts To Tackle National Homeless Crisis
The initiative is an example of how health care leaders are starting to look at homelessness and its ties to a healthier population overall.
Los Angeles Times:
Kaiser Permanente To Commit $200 Million To Help Communities Reduce Homelessness
Healthcare giant Kaiser Permanente plans to invest $200 million in community efforts across the country to reduce homelessness, joining a growing list of health systems that are moving to address the housing crisis afflicting many large cities. The commitment — which Kaiser is announcing Friday morning alongside a coalition of mayors and business leaders — marks one of the largest private-sector initiatives to tackle homelessness. (Levey, 5/18)