Santa Barbara, Calif., January 23, 2017—The Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara is pleased to announce Hannah Greenberg, M.S. as Health Services Coordinator for the agency’s Health Access and Care Coordination (HACC) Project, a year-long multi-agency collaborative, designed to improve access to primary care and behavioral health services for newly eligible MediCal recipients residing in affordable housing.
Greenberg received a M.S. in Healthcare Administration from the University of California San Francisco, and previously worked to coordinate the health needs of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the Santa Barbara community.
Greenberg will be responsible for organizing, leading and coordinating the HACC program collaborators and services for Housing Authority residents, including health and behavioral health education and wellness.
The collaboration involves New Beginnings Counseling Center, PathPoint, Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics, Doctors Without Walls, Doctors Assisting Seniors at Home (DASH) and Vertical Change and is funded through a grant from CenCal Health as part of the Access Coordination and Expansion (ACE) Initiative, aimed at expanding access to health care through the coordination of primary and behavioral health services, for individuals that are newly covered under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
About The Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara
The Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara (HACSB) is a local public agency created for the purpose of providing safe, decent, and quality affordable housing and supportive services to eligible persons with limited incomes, through a variety of federal, state, local and private resources. Since 1969, the Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara has developed and/or secured over 3,600 units of affordable rental housing for Santa Barbara through a variety of federal, state, local and private funding sources. Please visit the website at www.hacsb.org