Factor Health partners with trusted non-profit, community-based, and for-profit organizations, many social service oriented, that are supporting real life health in their communities. In general, we use a process to identify the best partners who can drive novel programs in health. If you are in a city that we’re not in yet, get in touch. Wherever you are, we want to hear from you.
Current Provider Partners:
Meals on Wheels Central Texas, one of the largest meal-delivery organizations in the state, seeks to nourish and enrich the lives of the homebound and other people in need through programs that promote dignity and independent living.
Youth Rise Texas is an organization dedicated to uplifting the voices of young people harmed by criminalization and deportation so that they may heal, take action, and cultivate compassionate communities.
Boys & Girls Club of the Austin Area is a youth development agency devoted to providing hope and opportunity to all kids, especially those who need it most, by providing the opportunity to belong, to succeed, to serve their communities and to share their voice with the world.
Established in 1934, VNA is a nonprofit organization that helps elderly neighbors and loved ones maintain their independence by providing the services that allow them to age where they are happiest and most comfortable – at home.
Founded in 2009, DC Greens believes that healthy food is a basic human right and works to advance food justice and health equity in the nation’s capital. By centering communities impacted by food insecurity, DC Greens increases food access and advanced food policy to create long term food systems change.
We partner with organizations that:
- Deeply understand the community they serve
- Have core verifiable strengths
- Have an interest in becoming reimbursed for the value they provide
- Are open to the changes in their operations that getting more efficient in delivering evidence-based results will mean to them