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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

A header image of MSW Intern, Heidi Muñoz

Spotlight on National Intern Day: MSW Intern, Heidi Muñoz

In honor of this year’s #NationalInternDay, we are proud to spotlight former NHF intern, Heidi Muñoz. Heidi is a recent graduate of Azusa Pacific University who obtained her Master’s of Social Work with a specialization in Program Administration and Community Leadership this past spring.  She worked with NHF in the 2019-2020 school year completing her […]

Three students review signage at an outdoor park that prohibits soccer, smoking and fires.

Breaking Down the Lack of Diversity in Outdoor Spaces

Despite the current circumstances surrounding COVID-19, there is still opportunity to engage in outdoor recreational activity. In Los Angeles, community members can participate in outdoor activities, so long as everyone practices physical distancing, maintaining a minimum distance of six feet apart from others and wears a face mask. We encourage you to take preventative measures […]

Header image of a person squatting with a quote by Undergrad Health Equity Fellow Naomi Humphrey: "The argument is pretty simple, parks are essential. Parks can determine your health and well-being in the long-term... It's just about valuing people."

KPCC Interview with Naomi Humphrey, Health Equity Fellow

In KPCC’s latest episode of Take Two, National Health Foundation Undergraduate Health Equity Fellow, Naomi Humphrey was featured, discussing the importance of park access, particularly in under-resourced communities like South Los Angeles. In light of recent calls to defund the police and re-invest in Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities, Naomi makes the […]