Case Studies, Data, Education, Partners
The Immigration Policy Lab (IPL) at Stanford University recently completed a nationwide study examining the distribution of immigration legal services providers (ISPs). Their work analyzes where low-income immigrant populations live in relation to ISPs, which provide critical services for immigrants, like helping them with complicated legal processes related to living and working in the U.S....
Case Studies, Partners
Alexandria House provides a two year transitional housing program and aftercare services to women and women with children in Los Angeles, California. In early 2020, Alexandria House connected with Aunt Bertha through another member of the nonprofit community. Shortly after, their staff participated in a community workshop held at the United Way of Greater Los...
Case Studies, Partners
Since 2017, NC MedAssist has been using the Aunt Bertha network to receive referrals for uninsured and low-income individuals seeking pharmaceutical drugs throughout North Carolina. Fellow Aunt Bertha partners, Atrium Health, Novant Health and Benelynk, serve as their top providers for referrals. Through these partners and other sources, NC MedAssist has seen a 2800% increase...
Case Studies, Partners
At the start of 2021, Anthem HealthKeepers Plus, Virginia’s largest Medicaid health plan, piloted a new program in Northern Virginia, bringing together community partners who contribute to the health and wellbeing of Anthem’s 150,000 members in the region. Anthem HealthKeepers Plus has been an Aunt Bertha customer since 2016, using a white-label version of our...
Case Studies

L.A. Care Health Plan is the largest publicly operated health plan in the United States, providing access to quality, affordable healthcare for more than two million residents in Los Angeles County. When L.A. Care hired Dr. Richard Seidman as its newest Chief Medical Officer in June 2017, he entered the organization with a mission to…

Case Studies, Education, Intake

We know that housing is a critical need nationwide, now more than ever. With unemployment rising dramatically, public health at a critical risk, and stays of eviction expiring in communities across the U.S., nonprofits that support the homeless now have a substantially larger influx of those in need.  Research has shown that addressing housing needs…

Announcements, Case Studies, Partners, Technology, Web Design

For 20 years, United Way for Greater Austin has managed and operated the 211 call center for the Central Texas region, connecting callers with people who can help them find resources, such as food, housing, or transportation assistance. 211 is a nationwide service, but localities manage their own centers, often using contractors like United Way…

Announcements, Case Studies, Data, History, Team

Aunt Bertha’s dedicated team of nearly 150 staff thrive on the business of helping.  Before the COVID-19 crisis hit, they spent their days updating program listings, analyzing data, and refining the Aunt Bertha platform that connects people with services they need.  But as the pandemic worsened with each new day and the size of the…

Case Studies

An estimated one in ten New Jersey residents (more than 900,000) experienced food insecurity in 2018. They did not have an adequate, consistent supply of food and an estimated two thirds of these individuals qualified for some form of nutrition assistance. Over the past two years, we’ve seen New Jersey-based searches and unique users on…

Case Studies, Data

Our company was founded in 2010, and soon became the most widely adopted search and referral network for finding and connecting to social services in the United States. As of this writing, we have helped over 2.8 million users on our platform in all 50 states. If you’re curious about our user growth and where…