Our Story

Wellaccess, Inc. is a place where innovation is allowed to run free, failures are embraced, and success is achieved through perseverance and the ability to keep faith in a better tomorrow.

Wellaccess, Inc was established in 2021 as a 501©3 organization with a two-fold purpose: 1). To create collaborative partnerships with local government, for profit, and non-profit sectors with a shared mission to reduce health inequities, create sustainable communities, and empower those we serve with the means to take control over their lives. 2). To address the drivers and influencers of health inequities and establish innovative health solutions for communities of promise. This population health driven organization was birth from the founders lived experience and barriers to education and social mobility. The founder shares her journey in the narrative documentary “From Learning Disability to Doctor of Physical Therapy,” highlighting how a quality education leads to improved health. The founder states that “We have two hands, one meant for helping yourself, the other for helping others.” Wellaccess, Inc. is an effort to reduce health inequities between populations examining differences in health status between populations and communities using the social determinants of health to see the potential causes.

We will do this by forming valuable partnerships, establishing an interconnected infrastructure, which allows the organization and partners to expand their reach and capacity to serve more populations and communities by eliminating geographic barriers through technology and the internet. Working alongside communities to implement innovative health solutions that reduce the social gradient of health, and advocating for fair policies, laws, and conditions that advance health equity for all people.

Our Mission

Wellaccess, Inc was organized and operates to connect innovative health solutions and communities of promise by providing access to web-based education, resources, and infrastructure needed to flatten the social gradient of health curve.

Our Vision

One day all people will have equitable access to living a well and healthy life.

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Our Mission Is Important

Health inequities and inequalities within communities of promise (underserved communities) are a matter of life and death, of health and sickness, of well-being and misery, opportunity and adversity, of education and illiteracy, of social mobility and impoverishment, of disability-free life and affliction. Inequalities in health arise because of inequalities in society – in the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work, and age.

People living in the poorest neighborhoods, will, on average, die 10-14 years earlier than people living in the richest neighborhoods. A decade of life lost secondary to different social circumstances which produce avoidable differences in health. On average difference in disability- free life expectancy is 9-10 years. So, people in poorer communities not only die sooner, but they spend more of their shorter lives with a disability.

Health inequities and inequalities in these communities do not arise by chance, and they cannot be attributed simply to genetic makeup, ‘bad’, unhealthy behavior, or difficulties in access to medical care; important as those factors may be. Social and economic differences in health status reflect, and are caused by, social and economic inequalities in society.

Wellaccess believes that health inequalities that are preventable by reasonable means are unfair, and putting them right is a matter of social justice and valuing all of humanity. It is tempting to focus limited resources on those in most need. To reduce the steepness of the social gradient in health, actions must be universal because we are all in need – all of us beneath the very best-off. The universal actions, must be with a scale and intensity that is proportionate to the level of disadvantage.

There are causes, influencers, and drivers of health inequities and inequalities, which shapes the social determinants of health:

  • Causes of Health Inequities: material circumstances, the social environment, psychosocial factors, behaviors, and biological factors.
  • Influencers of Health Inequities: social position shaped by education, occupation, income, gender, ethnicity and race.
  • Drivers of the Causes: socio-political, cultural, and social context in which they sit.


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Addressing continued inequalities in early childhood development, in young people’s educational achievement and acquisition of skills, in sustainable and healthy communities, in affordable housing, in social and health services, and in employment and working conditions will have multiple benefits that extend beyond reductions in health inequalities.

In addition, addressing unfair distribution of health and length of life through advocacy for the heart of all policies passed through central and local government to include social justice, health and sustainability for our planet. These actions will reduce the social gradient of health curve, and benefit all people because health inequities affect everyone below the top 1%!

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