About the Organization


Street Level Health Project promotes self-sufficiency for marginalized people of color by creating equitable and dignified access to health and employment regardless of socioeconomic or immigration status. SLHP engages community in constructing collective power and leadership in order to advance a more just, inclusive, and empathetic society.


Street Level Health Project is an Oakland-based community center dedicated to improving the wellbeing of underinsured, uninsured, and recently arrived immigrants in Alameda County.

Theories of Change

  1. We provide safety net services for immigrant communities to ensure equitable health access for the uninsured.
  2. We tackle institutional and systemic barriers to create an inclusive society that honors the historical contributions of immigrant communities.
  3. We address income security to empower low-income contingent workers and reduce health disparities associated with unemployment and underemployment.