Washington DC Office
Over the past 35 years, NHF has become a leader, a voice, and a collaborator in improving the healthcare delivery system in Southern California. Working with government entities, public and private institutions, and other community-based organizations, NHF has produced a series of hard-hitting, highly successful and well-designed programs, services and industry reports. In the last few years and with much success, NHF has broadened its reach to meet the needs of communities, providers and policy makers across the state of California.
NHF’s leadership has recently established a bigger, better and more inspirational vision for the organization: collaborating, educating and working at the national level. To guide this effort, NHF has established a Washington, DC presence.
Current Projects ongoing in Washington, DC
National Youth Transitions Collaborative
National Health Foundation is a member of the National Youth Transitions Collaborative, a community of organizations that share the goal of empowering youth and young veterans with disabilities to create a self-directed path to adulthood and employment. The Collaborative has formed an Alliance with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy to work together to promote a national dialogue on the employment of people with disabilities.
For more information on the National Youth Transitions Center and Collaborative, please visit the HEATH Resource Center at the National Youth Transitions Center at http://www.heath.gwu.edu/.
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For partnership opportunities, contact the Washington, DC Office:
Ben Franklin Station
P.O. Box 14132
Washington, DC 20044