Together with our community partners, we are committed to improving health outcomes in the Tenderloin neighborhood.
The Foundation is delighted to announce the launch of their newest community benefit initiative, the Tenderloin Health Improvement Partnership, or Tenderloin HIP for short. This multi-sector collective impact partnership is committed to improving community health, safety and well being for more than 33,000 residents of the Tenderloin, one of San Francisco’s most densely populated and neediest neighborhoods.
Founded and led by Saint Francis Foundation in collaboration with the Community Health team at Saint Francis Memorial Hospital, Tenderloin HIP has engaged a broad spectrum of public, private and not‑for‑profit stakeholders in working toward better health outcomes in the Tenderloin.
Working collaboratively and in alignment, the Foundation and Tenderloin HIP seek to address both the social determinants that impact the overall health of the people who live and work in the Tenderloin and the underlying health disparities and inequities that perpetuate the status quo.
Through this groundbreaking initiative, the Foundation seeks to ensure that health and well-being are within the reach of all who live and work in our neighborhood.