Tri-Valley Anti-Poverty Collaborative (TVAPC)
SHARING INFORMATION • CREATING CONNECTIONS • PROVIDING EDUCATION
Working collaboratively to end poverty in the Tri-Valley
The Tri-Valley Anti-Poverty Collaborative (TVAPC) is a cross-sector collaboration that was launched by Kaiser Permanente, Hacienda and others in 2013 to address the topic of hidden suburban poverty. The primary driver of economic need in the Bay Area is the high cost of living, particularly housing. Other issues of concern include low wages, fragmented safety net services, gaps in transportation, gaps in health services, insufficient cost-effective child care and enrichment activities, and insufficient services for seniors. Additionally, the economic impact of COVID-19 has compounded economic disparities.
The TVAPC promotes increased equity in the Tri-Valley community by sharing information, creating connections, and providing education. In 2021, the TVAPC merged with the Tri-Valley NonProfit Alliance and continues to host quarterly meetings regarding topics of interest to the participants as well as other events.
Reports and Information
All reports are provided in PDF format.