Erin Booker, Vice President of Community Health and Engagement at ChristianaCare, discussed the programs and initiatives they offer to break down barriers to health care within our neighborhoods. She discussed disparencies in care and how they address them for better outcomes, including partnerships with local organizations addressing housing, food, job and education. Ms Booker discussed the new Unite US, a Unite Delaware program that allows different providers to coordinate services to families, cutting back on missed benefits and tracking their progress through the agencies. She also addressed the COVID crisis and its effects on already disadvanteged communities and how they are offering testing sites and fooding with food pantries to get nutritional food into homes. Finally, a look at ChristianaCare’s New Castle County Behavioral Health Unit, a progra that works with law enforecement on response techniques for mental health calls. Training, ride-along mental health clinicians, and treatment centers combine to meet the needs of families and individuals in crisis with mental health and addiction issues. Ms Boooker invites all in the community to reach out for programing information and participation in these initiatives.