for community hospitals

Resources to help high-utilizers overcome upstream factors that lead them to the ED.

yield life-changing outcomes.

Case management and patient engagement teams use Samaritan to engage high-utilizers with resources that yield life-changing housing and health outcomes.

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create deeply-engaging pathways for patients to take steps towards their housing and health goals.

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deploy social and financial resources to cross roadblocks along the way (cellphones, move-in fees, job needs, food, storange lockers, social & professional support, etc.)

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activate the community to invest into patients alongside you.

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measurably help your members improve their social determinants.

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see reduction in ED visits by over 50%.

our seattle pilot results:

People and organizations who have signed up to give to members.

our seattle pilot results:


Members who reported improving an area of their life.

our seattle pilot results:


Members who got into housing, employment, etc. through their Samaritan Smart Wallet.

in this unprecedented time, two things have never been more important:

1. Helping vulnerable populations find safe housing.
2. Using our limited medical capacity efficiently.

your organization is passionate about improving the health of our communities.

Especially those who are most vulnerable

housing instability and other unmet social needs degrade the health of many of your members.

At times, involving exposure to outbreaks, to addictive substances, to abusive relationships, or a lack of sleep, food, transportation, or emotional wellbeing.

collectively, these factors lead to chronic ED visits, hospitalizations, and staff/physician burnout.

aware of this critical need to address the social determinants, your team is asking questions like,

"*How might we engage a high % of patients through a case manager or CHW?" and "How can we help them gain the resources to improve their SDOH, and alleviate straign on our ED staff?"

samaritan exists to reinforce your hospital's mission and speak to these questions.

Contact us to learn how you might deploy this resource within your case management or community health initiatives.

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let's talk about getting this resource to people in your community.


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Zaneta R former Day Center Coordinator, Mary’s Place
Most of the time, homeless people are ignored. Months and months go by and no one says their name. This app stops that.
Nicole S Now-Housed Beacon Holder
This is the first time in seven years people have seen me for who I am, not what I look like or come from.

Learn this person's story by searching their &handle in the Samaritan app.

Raven Beacon Holder
I’ve been on the streets 13 years. I’ve seen and heard everything. This probably has helped me more than anything else.

Learn this person's story by searching their &handle in the Samaritan app.

Laura Now-Housed Beacon Holder
Sometimes, you can feel really invisible and it can kind of feel a lot of times like there's no help out there. It was just nice to have people be like 'Yea, we really want to help.'
Marys place
Goodwill seattle
Grocery outlet
St vincent de paul
King county metro
Millionair club charity
Outdoor emporium
Pike market senior center
Street bean coffee belltown
Union gospel mission
Army navy surplus
La bodega
Lane powell

Want to help? Whether you’re a church, company, or local merchant, there’s a way to invest in our unsheltered.