April 2018
Breaking Ground in Pico Union
National Health Foundation broke ground on its newest recuperative care center in Pico Union. The new facility aims to humanize care for those experiencing homelessness with amenities that include semi-private rooms, family-style dining, and a community garden.   READ MORE» 
Young Researchers Solve Food Waste
Health Academy teens apply participatory research practices to stem food waste in their schools and institute policy to bring their share tables to life. READ MORE»
Conversations on Healthcare
Hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with CEO Kelly Bruno about NHF's programs helping the homeless to find housing, efforts to address food deserts and health literacy programs empowering young people. LISTEN HERE»
Convert Motels to Homeless Housing
LA has at least 328 motels with a combined 10,259 rooms. A new law makes it easier for motels to be converted into temporary housing. NHF knows firsthand why this matters. READ MORE»
Graduation Day
Riley and McAlister High School students complete a 10-week program empowering teen mothers through peer group workshops and community resource linkages.
A Healthy Win 
Barry Arbuckle, president and CEO of MemorialCare, earns this year's Ludlam-Gamble Award at National Health Foundation's annual Tribute Dinner.
Welcome Aboard
National Health Foundation welcomes new board members Allen Christensen, David Garetto-Barnett, James Lott, Margaret Peterson and Sharon Stein Merkin.
National Health Foundation’s mission is to improve the health of individuals and under-resourced communities by taking action on the social determinants of health. Our vision is that all people, regardless of who they are or where they live, can achieve their highest level of health.