A healthy, vibrant, and Resilient Alameda County
Since 2014, ALL IN Alameda County (ALL IN) has been a strong and innovative force addressing issues of poverty through collaboration across sectors and with community. ALL IN’s three areas of focus are
- Basic needs. All families in Alameda County must be able to meet their basic needs for shelter, food, healthcare, and safety.
- Economic development. All families in Alameda County must be able to earn an income that allows for self-sufficiency and asset building.
- Quality education. All families in Alameda County must be able to obtain a quality education that positions the next generation for academic and economic success.
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September 2021 – ALL IN Recipe4Health’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Steven Chen, presented at the House Rules Committee Roundtable on Food as Medicine. This event highlighted the reality of food insecurity and its impact in America and outlined steps that Congress and the Biden administration could take to equitably combat it. As one of the roundtable panelists, Dr. Chen shared his experience with Recipe4Health, preliminary research from this work, and possible solutions to help guide the committee to address food/nutrition insecurity, chronic disease, and health and racial equity.
July 2021 – ALL IN’s Recipe4Health initiative (formerly Food as Medicine) won a competitive National Association of Counties Achievement Award for Best in Health. Out of 844 total entries from associations across 28 states, Recipe4Health (R4H) was recognized in the Health category for its outstanding commitment to transforming health care in Alameda County.
April 2021 – The 2021 – 2024 Strategic Plan was approved at our April 2021 ALL IN Steering Committee. ALL IN’s operations for the next three years will be directed by this plan.