Carcedo shaped and guided the foundation’s grantmaking efforts since its launch in 2014 and has overseen the selection and distribution of almost $500 million in grant awards.
Governor signs new law that enhances screening for non-medical needs, role of community health workers and doulas to improve health outcomes for Texas moms and babies
EHF research helped provide evidence to pass HB 1575 that addresses gaps in maternal health care and reimburses workers for impacting crucial non-medical drivers of health.
EHF’s new Grantee SPOTLIGHT series highlights the incredible work of EHF’s grantees and the individuals whose health and communities have benefited from their efforts. In this SPOTLIGHT, see how AccessHealth discovered the importance of sidewalks to community health.
StayCoveredTexas.org is designed to help Texans enrolled in Medicaid and the community organizations working with them know what to do to keep their health insurance after the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency.
Affordable housing paired with access to health care may reduce emergency visits, according to new report funded by EHF
The study by the UTHealth Houston School of Public Health looked at a partnership between Prospera Housing Community Services and Superior HealthPlan.