The Health Center Project: Engaging Health Centers in Allegheny County on Food Security
The Health Center Project is an assessment of the pilot project of the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and seven community health centers in Allegheny County. The report evaluates the effectiveness of implementing a food security screening framework for patients and offers recommendations on connecting health and food community resources.
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Health, Nutrition and Hunger, Wellness
Tina grew up in North Richland Hills, Texas, and graduated from Stanford University in 2014 with a degree in human biology. She conducted research on the supplemental poverty measure and the Healthy Families (CHIP) program in California through the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality. She helped pilot a student-run women’s shelter by spearheading fundraising efforts and served for four years as the financial officer of Night Outreach, a student organization devoted to issues of homelessness and poverty in the Bay Area. Tina also volunteered as a Vietnamese interpreter at a student-run free health clinic in San Jose, bridging cultural and language barriers between the volunteer medical staff and low-income Vietnamese patients.
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