The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a new season of need to thousands of people, and the San Antonio Food Bank is rising to the challenge.
Download this helpful one-pager from the Coalition to End Social Isolation & Loneliness for tips on how to stay connected.
Supporting members in their well-being has always been Humana’s priority, so when COVID-19 threatened to affect lives and access to needed resources like food and medical care, teams within the enterprise looked to find innovative ways to help.
Humana Healthy Horizons is passionate about student learning inside, and outside, of the classroom. Humana contributed $150,000 to the YMCA Learning Academy to provide financial scholarships for students.
Older Adults Technology Services (OATS) received an investment from the Humana Foundation to address social isolation
Care managers with our Humana At Home program began screening members for social determinants of health to enhance care management and planning.
Humana and the Humana Foundation are working together with our community partners to address social determinants of health, such as food security and social connection in San Antonio.
Local nonprofits, government, business organizations and Humana have built a strong foundation to help improve the health of San Antonio 20 percent by 2020 and beyond.
Through community and physician partnerships on pilots and programs, we are working together to create more Healthy Days and improve community-wide health in San Antonio.