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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.

OUR IMPACT

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

INDIVIDUALS DISCHARGED FROM HOSPITALS TO NHF RECUPERATIVE CARE
1328
EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS PROVIDED TO YOUTH AT RISK FOR TEEN PREGNANCY & SCHOOL DROP OUT
90
HOURS OF ADVOCACY EFFORTS FOCUSED ON ACHIEVING PARK EQUITY THROUGH MEASURE A FUNDING
100
HOURS OF TRAINING, RESEARCH & YOUTH ORGANIZING CONDUCTED WITH NHF YOUTH LEADERS
65

To learn more about our impact within the community, check out this year's Impact Report:

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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NATIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION BLOG

Park Funding

Statement on LA City Budget Proposal Fiscal Year 2020-21 for Parks & Recreation

National Health Foundation (NHF) recognizes the connection between a community’s access to parks, green space and their health outcomes. Additionally, NHF acknowledges that decades of racist policies and city planning has led to the under-funding of parks and green spaces in Black communities and communities of color across Los Angeles while simultaneously being over-policed – […]

a picture of grocery store shelves stocked with vegetables and canned food

Understanding Eligibility Requirements for CalFresh & How to Apply

The Supplement Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) also known as CalFresh in CA, is a program that increases household food budgets, allowing families to put healthy and nutritious food on their table. However, by some estimates, only half of those eligible for CalFresh in L.A. County are receiving benefits. In Los Angeles County, food insecurity is […]