Personal access to health information is an imperative part of service delivery - especially for the underserved members of our communities. Advances in interoperability enable individuals who receive services from community based organizations such as food pantries and homeless shelters (not HIPAA covered entities) to share their health information with these organizations. The emergence of the Blue Button 2.0 API for Medicare beneficiaries has demonstrated the power of patient-controlled information sharing. The ShareMyHealth open source platform delivers Blue Button 2.0-style data sharing to these individuals and the organization serving them. By enabling members to share their health information with service organizations, those organizations are able to better tailor services to meet their needs with high quality, efficiency and effectiveness.