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Community Health Impact Report Highlights Investments in Health

Each year, Samaritan’s Community Health Impact Report highlights the investments made in community health activities, such as free health screenings, services for low-income individuals, health-related research, training for health professionals and grants to local non-profits in support of health initiatives.

In 2015, Samaritan invested more than $118 million in community health. These investments were designed to help address activities that promote healthy families, greater access to health care, better networks, healthy kids, healthy teens and healthy seniors. Learn how Samaritan’s contributions impacted local organizations, including the St. Vincent de Paul food pantry, Centro de Ayuda, Vina Moses, Family Tree Relief Nursery, Partnership Against Alcohol & Drug Abuse, Senior Meals on Wheels and more.

Read more in the 2016 Community Health Impact Report.