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Recuperative Care

After discharge from hospitals, individuals experiencing homelessness often still need medical support and stability for their healing journey. National Health Foundation’s recuperative care centers provide quality care to our neighbors experiencing homelessness, recognizing everyone is worthy of a dignified experience that centers their voice in their path to health and home.

Semi-private rooms with private bathrooms, showers and private lockers

While at NHF, guests stay in a home-like, clean, and safe environment.

TV in every room

Guests enjoy access to cable TV while at NHF.

Three full healthy meals a day

Delicious meals offered three times a day

24/7 Snacks

24/7 access to snacks

Access to computers, internet, phones

Access to computers, internet, and phones helps our guests in their transition to housing and health stability.

Free laundry facilities

Access to clean clothing is essential to the overall well-being of our guests. While at NHF, guests have full access to our onsite laundry facilities.

Access to clothing, shoes and personal hygiene items

Guests can access our FREE clothing store filled with new and gently worn clothing, shoes, and hygiene items.

Transportation to and from appointments

Just let us know when the patient is ready to discharge, and we will send transportation to come get them.

Compassionate, helpful staff including on-site nurses and social workers

Our dedicated staff provide quality care in a trauma-informed and harm reductive environment.

Social events, games and activities

Guests enjoy community events that bolster physical and mental wellness.

Twice weekly on-site medical clinic to see a doctor

Guests can access non-emergency, routine, or preventative care at our onsite medical clinic.

Weekly dental clinic

We offer free dental care onsite for our guests.

Our Impact

children and their families participated in South Los Angeles Park Pride Day planned and convened by NHF youth leaders
city and regional planners attended a presentation about NHF’s youth-led park assessment recommendations at the Healthy, Equitable Land Use Network conference
$ 22 Million
per year in funding will be made available to eliminate park inequities in park-poor, low income neighborhoods as a result of Park Equity Alliance efforts


For more information about National Health Foundation’s work in park access, please contact:

Nicholas Correnti
(323) 397-9382 Ncorrenti@Nhfca.Org Intake: 888-NHF-BEDS Or (888-643-2337)