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WHAT WE DO

We work within communities to identify and advance solutions that remove barriers and promote health for all.

WHY IT MATTERS

Because health begins long before that visit to the doctor. It begins where we work, live and play.

National Health Foundation is improving the health of communities from within. This past year alone:

INDIVIDUALS DISCHARGED FROM HOSPITALS TO NHF RECUPERATIVE CARE
1063
HOURS OF FREE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY CLASSES ANNUALLY
300
HOURS OF TRAINING OFFERED TO SOUTH LA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
220
STUDENTS NOW HAVE HEALTHY SNACKS THANKS TO SHARE TABLE
900+

OUR FOCUS: THE SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH

How can addressing the social determinants of health improve health outcomes for the entire community?

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As a non-profit organization, we invite the community to directly support the work we do through donations.

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NATIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION BLOG

NHF Pico-Union Recuperative Care Facility in Los Angeles, CA

Housing our LGBTQ Neighbors After a Hospital Stay

As the Los Angeles homelessness crisis news begins to sink in, we must come to terms with some pretty daunting numbers. A 12% rise in homelessness. Nearly 59,000 are without shelter. People are losing their homes faster than we can house them. Within these larger numbers are communities such as our LGBTQ and gender expansive […]

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More Work Needs to be Done to House our Homeless Neighbors

Like all of our neighbors, we are deeply concerned by the recent report that more of our neighbors are homeless than ever before. We appreciate the efforts of the many volunteers who took the time to get an accurate count and the results point to the fact that much more work needs to be done. […]

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Why I Love Social Work

I help people who are often at the lowest points in their lives. They may be dealing with illness, depression, homelessness, substance abuse, unemployment, loss, trauma or a host of other hardships. Seeing people struggle can be difficult, and when my friends and family see the emotional toll it can sometimes have on me, along […]