Hunger and Health: An assessment of social service models integrating CalFresh and Medi-Cal in community based organizations in San Diego, California
San Diego, California
Hunger and Health: An Assessment of Social Service Models Integrating CalFresh and Medi-Cal in Community Based Organizations discusses the opportunities for integrating outreach and application assistance for CalFresh and Medi-Cal created by the Affordable Care Act. The report highlights several strategies for integration in non-profit organizations providing application assistance and provides recommendations and best practices to support organizations in further integrating and streamlining their application assistance programming.
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Julianna is from Yarmouth, Maine and graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a degree in economics and a minor in development studies. She was a Community Based Learning Fellow at Gardening the Community, a grassroots food justice organization, and worked on the implementation and evaluation of their community supported agriculture program. Julianna has also conducted ethnographic research on civil society participation in the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development and received a ‘Global Engagement Award’ for raising awareness about critical global issues.
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