- People over 65 struggle to pay for care; Healthcare inequalities are complicated by structural racism; Immigrant women need health coverage, not legal barriers; Mental health facts
- Pre-existing conditions, Lost healthcare coverage, Immigrant health care under a cloud of uncertainty
Organizations our Sisters reach out to and support, serve, and advocate!
HERS Breast Cancer Foundation strives every day to bring HERS – Hope, Empowerment, Renewal, and Support — to our patients. We do this by offering products and services in a setting that is welcoming and compassionate.
On Lok opened its first PACE center in 2002, outside San Francisco, in the City of Fremont, which initially served our Sisters of the Holy Family and the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose.
SAVE’s mission is to strengthen every individual and family we serve with the knowledge and support needed to break the cycle of domestic violence and build healthier lives. Sisters of the Holy Family support SAVE on a regular basis.
HOPE Project – Homeless Services & Mobile Health ClinicHomeless individuals can receive services through the HOPE, (Homeless Outreach for People Empowerment) Project. Both medical and social services are available at the HOPE van. Sisters of the Holy Family are a supporter of this project.