The Monroe County Systems Integration Project aims to establish connections between 300 local health, education and human services organizations by building technology and establishing relationships across sectors. This project is a priority identified by the Regional Economic Development Council, the Rochester-Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative (RMAPI), and others as a critical need for our community, as well as a key need and priority identified by people living in poverty.
United Way is honored to serve in a coordinating role for the Systems Integration Project on behalf of the community that we collectively support. Our history of service to the Greater Rochester community, coupled with our connection to the health, education and social services sectors, makes our organization well-positioned to serve as the neutral convener and helper. We are excited to be a part of this five-year project and look forward to contributing to shared innovation to ultimately impact lives for the better.