Target Supports A Size Healthy (A.S.H.) Initiative

Unity 4Teens (U4T) participants at Target
Since opening its first store in 1962,  Target has inves ted in the health and sustainability of com mu nities across America. Hispanic Unity of Florida (HUF) is a beneficiary of Target's support - including its A Size Healthy (A.S.H.) initiative of the Unity 4Teens (U4T) program.

According to the CDC, "the percentage of children with obesity in the United States has more than tripled since the 1970's ...Today, about one in five school-aged children (ages 6-19) is obese." The goal of A.S.H. is to curb youth obesity through nutrition and physical education.

Humana's Bold Goal Initiative: 20 Percent Healthier by 2020 

Bold Goal Video
Humana  is more than a health insurance company.  Based in Louisville, Kentucky, the health and well-being company is a supporter of numerous community initiatives, including HUF's 
Te Ayudo (I Help You) program.

Through Te Ayudo, Hispanics and other Broward County residents receive assistance getting connected to healthcare benefits and services that fit their family's budget and needs.

Recently, Humana has formed partnerships with community and physician leaders to work together for better health care. Their "bold goal" is to help make the communities we serve 20 percent healthier by 2020. 

Ana G. Méndez University System: Supporter of HUF's Citizenship Program
AGMUS is a supporter of our Citizenship Program

The  Ana G. Méndez University System (AGMUS)  is committed to serving a culturally diverse community of students and offering a variety of academic programs from Associate's to Master's degrees. Thanks to their support, thousands of HUF clients become citizens every year!

AGMUS's accelerated, dual-language (English-Spanish) model focuses on working adult-learners. Program orientations take place every Wednesday.

Comprehensive Stroke Care: A Team Approach at Cleveland Clinic

From Cleveland Clinic's e-Healthlines
Action is the operative word when treating cerebrovascular disorders such as  stro ke, one of the leading causes of death and disability in the country. On average, a stroke occurs every 40 seconds with nearly 795,000 Americans suffering a new or recurrent stroke every year.

Comprehensive, timely care is required to reduce or reverse stroke damage. While much is known about how to treat both ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke swiftly and effectively, limited access to treatment often hinders the care needed for acute stroke patients.

Continue reading this Cleveland Clinic article >>

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October 5, 2017
Get Informed. Get Connected. Get Inspired.
Get ready f or HUF's 2017 Entrepreneur Summit. Now in its 6th year, the event is designed  to give both emerging and established entrepreneurs access to experts and educational resources to help them grow their businesses. A n etworking and learning opportunity you cannot miss!  

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