Poor health can have a devastating impact on one’s ability to earn a living wage and lead a full life. Improving health status from fair or poor to very good or excellent would increase both work effort and annual earnings by 15% to 20%.
By working with hospitals, health care providers, and local non-profits, LEO evaluates programs that improve health outcomes such as use of emergency care, hospital admissions, and mortality.
Featured projects include the Nightingale Respite Center, a temporary respite program that provides bed rest and recuperation to homeless individuals discharged from hospitals.
|Project Name||Project Stage||Partner Name|
|Alaska Medical Respite||In Progress||Alaska Native Medical Center, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Alaska Regional Hospital, Catholic Social Services of Alaska, Providence Alaska Medical Center|
|Community-Based Care Transitions Program||In Progress||Catholic Charities Chicago, Franciscan St. James Health, Ingalls Memorial Hospital, Little Company of Mary Hospital, Metro South Medical Center|
|Homelessness Prevention Call Center - Health||In Progress||All Chicago, Catholic Charities Chicago|
|Nightingale Respite Program||In Progress||Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa, County of Sonoma Department of Health Services, Kaiser Foundation Hospital, Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital|
|WIC Food and Nutrition Centers||Completed||Catholic Charities Chicago|