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PRESS RELEASE: National Health Foundation Partners with Los Angeles City and County and Local Hotel to Secure Housing for Homeless

Local nonprofit secures 92 beds to reduce the community spread of the virus LOS ANGELES, May 28, 2020 – In partnership with the City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, and a local hotel, National Health Foundation (NHF) is now operating a temporary housing program through […]

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Board Introductions: Meet Christina!

Despite the unexpected transitions caused by COVID-19, we are very excited to announce the on boarding of five new board members to NHF! This week’s spotlight features Christina Miller. NHF Marketing & Communications Manager, Stephany, had the opportunity to chat with Christina to learn more about what inspired her to join NHF.   Q: What is […]

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Miss Rosie’s Way Home

Miss Rosie came to National Health Foundation’s (NHF) Mid-City recuperative care facility via our partner agency, People Concern. NHF and People Concern work together to provide pathways to housing for individuals requiring the medical oversight that recuperative care provides. The People Concern outreach team had met with Miss Rosie a number of times and had […]

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Mayor Garcetti Celebrates Opening of New Recuperative Care Center for LA’s Homeless

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Supervisor Hilda Solis, Los Angeles City Councilman Gil Cedillo, California Assemblyman Miguel Santiago and other community leaders joined hundreds of residents at a unique celebratory “block party” announcing the grand opening of a new 62-bed recuperative care homeless facility in the Pico-Union neighborhood of Los Angeles. Developed by National Health […]

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Shelter Design Can Help People Recover from Homelessness

Some 544,000 people in the United States have no shelter every night, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Homeless families make up over one-third of this total. Beyond exposing them to weather, crime and unsanitary conditions, homelessness can also damage people’s self-esteem, making them feel helpless or hopeless. Being homeless is […]