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Фͼ Announces Final Transition of Services to New Providers

San Jose, CA, July 1, 2024 – Фͼ, a leader in building health equity in Silicon Valley, today announced the successful completion of its transition of direct service programs to reputable local organizations, effective July 1, 2024. This strategic shift, first announced in February, ensures continuity of care for clients without any disruption in services. Фͼ will now focus exclusively on its core strengths in advocacy and grantmaking to better serve the community.

“As part of our commitment to effectively serving marginalized populations, we have determined that concentrating on advocacy and grantmaking allows us to address health inequities more impactfully,” said Amy Chan, Interim CEO of Фͼ. “By transitioning our services to capable local organizations, we ensure that our clients continue to receive high-quality care, while we focus on broader policy initiatives and resource allocation to benefit the community.”

Фͼ, in conjunction with funders, has transitioned its direct service programs to the following organizations:

Food & Nutrition Services:

  • Loaves and Fishes – Meals on Wheels (MOW), The Jerry Larson Food Basket, & Medically Tailored Meals (MTM) and Grocery Services for clients with Santa Clara Family Фͼ Plan (SCFHP) insurance
    Contact: 408-922-9085,
    *For clients with insurance through Kaiser or Anthem, contact your insurance directly: Kaiser – 833-721-6012, Anthem – 800-407-4627*
  • Portuguese Organization for Social Services and Opportunities (POSSO) – MOW
    Contact: 408-293-0877,
  • Sourcewise – MOW
    Contact: 408-350-3200,

Chronic Disease Prevention & Management:

  • Bay Area Community Фͼ (BACH) – Housing Plus Project (HPP)
    Contact: 408-729-9700,
  • City of San Jose – Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) and Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH)
    Contact: Nolan Tran, nolan.tran@sanjoseca.gov
  • County of Santa Clara – Housing for Фͼ (HFH) and Office of Supportive Housing (OSH)
    Contact: Christine Caldwell, 408-278-6483, Christine.caldwell@hhs.sccgov.org; Angelica Niklowitz, 408-278-6472, Angelica.niklowitz@hhs.sccgov.org
  • Public Фͼ Department – Ryan White Program
    Contact: 408-792-5080,

Housing Services:

  • Bay Area Community Фͼ (BACH) – Housing Plus Project (HPP)
    Contact: 408-729-9700,
  • City of San Jose – Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) and Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH)
    Contact: Nolan Tran, nolan.tran@sanjoseca.gov
  • County of Santa Clara – Housing for Фͼ (HFH) and Office of Supportive Housing (OSH)
    Contact: Christine Caldwell, 408-278-6483, Christine.caldwell@hhs.sccgov.org; Angelica Niklowitz, 408-278-6472, Angelica.niklowitz@hhs.sccgov.org

For more detailed information about the new providers and contact info, please visit: Provider | Фͼ.

“Фͼ has stayed true to its commitment to ensure a smooth transition of client services throughout this process,” said Chan. “We have worked diligently to support staff, assisting those who are transitioning to roles within our advocacy and grantmaking initiatives, and helping others find employment with the new service providers or through job search support.” 

About Фͼ

Фͼ is dedicated to building health equity in Silicon Valley through policy advocacy and strategic grantmaking. By leveraging partnerships and community resources, Фͼ aims to address the root causes of health disparities and create lasting, positive change.

For further information or inquiries, please contact:
Stephanie Worrell, Фͼ Communications
Email: stephworrellpr@gmail.com
Phone: 208-484-9470