Building on our work with health centers, HFP has developed additional programs and expertise. Our training and technical assistance arm supports capacity building within the public health system and human service organizations throughout the region. Through direct service programs, HFP serves some of the neediest families in our community, focusing primarily on support for young children and their families. By taking an integrated approach to our work with health centers, systems and families,
we ensure that each aspect of our work informs and advances our mission.
The mission of the Health Federation of Philadelphia is to improve access to and quality of health care services for underserved and vulnerable individuals and families. Since 1983, The Health Federation has served as a network of the community health centers in Southeastern Pennsylvania, providing a forum for the region’s federally qualified health centers and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health to collaborate and mobilize resources for their shared goals of improving the health of the population by expanding access to high quality care.
HFP Receives Major Grant to Lead National Effort on Early Childhood Adversity and Resilience HFP is pleased to announce a $4.8 million grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to identify and invest in promising community-level collaborative efforts focused on reducing the prevalence and impact of early childhood adversity and promoting family and community resilience. ... Read More
ACA Open Enrollment Round 2 Starts November 15 For help from a Navigator, call 215-977-7255 ... Read More