Streetwyze and Matnernal Mental Health Now (MMHN) are exploring the critical issue of low-income and women/birthing people of color’s mental health by integrating an existing Resource Directory with Streetwyze real-time data and two-way feedback loops between patients and providers. This work is being supported by the California Healthcare Foundation.
The National Birth Equity Coalition, UCSF-ACTIONS, and Streetwyze are launching the Nation’s first Center for Birth Equity and with an explicit focus on tech-equity and data visualization, supported by the Tara Health Foundation, black and brown women/birthing people, and grassroots coalitions nationally.
PolicyLink featured Streetwyze in it’s pivotal, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation commissioned, publication: Powering Health Equity Action with Online Data Tools Toolkit.
The Stupski Foundation is supporting a partnership between the Alameda County Community Food Bank and Streetwyze to improve the quality of and access to critical food distribution services for the county’s 1.6 million people during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Blue Cross Blue Shield used Streetwyze to evaluate the impact of the Flavored-Tobacco ban across four cities in Minnesota. Results from the groundbreaking research are published in Tobacco Control.
Streetwyze led a digital engagement process with the California Endowment across it’s $1 Billion Building Healthy Communities initiative, which led to over $10 million in grants and services for local communities.
First Five Alameda engaged Streetwyze to work with Black mothers in East Oakland to identify resource hotspots and resource gaps facing families. The results informed the ongoing Neighborhoods Ready for Schools program and overall neighborhood investment decisions.
Streetwyze partnered with EatSF to collect input from, and give voice to homeless and transient community members in terms of affordable food access, CalFresh/SNAP, and the Voucher program in San Francisco.
Indigenous Maori and Pasifika youth in New Zealand used Streetwyze to crowd-source data on racial profiling and micro-aggressions, access to healthy food, gun violence, and overall health in their neighborhoods – their work has lead to changes in programs, policies, and services in indigenous communities in New Zealand and beyond.
UCSF Center for Tobacco Research and Control partnered with Streetwyze to conduct a trans-bay study of tobacco use and access among low-income and people of color. The work was featured at APHA, and generously supported by UCSF-CHARM