National Alliance for Hispanic Health
The National Alliance for Hispanic Health (NAHH) is a science-based and community-driven organization that focuses on promoting the best health for all.
Join us as we explore the importance of prevention, education and access to healthcare in chronic diseases, comorbidities, mental health and addiction. Be a part of the conversation and learn about the actions we can take for better health outcomes for all.
At NAHH, they believe that quality health means shared decision-making that focuses on the needs of the individual throughout their lives. This means that health includes the long-term services and care needs of individuals.
NAHH offers a variety of services and programs that work towards the goal of closing the gap in Hispanic health services.
Whether it is providing access to information or advocating for their minority populations, NAHH is always working to empower and educate the community.
With their commitment to delivering the best health services, NAHH continues to be a trusted and valuable resource for Hispanics seeking quality health care.
NAHH works closely with its members, as well as a broad range of partners and organizations, to achieve its mission.
Some examples of the organization's current collaborations and projects include partnering with medical schools to train the next generation of health care providers, collaborating with community-based organizations to provide services and resources to those in need, and working with policy makers to shape legislation and regulations that promote the health and well-being of communities.
NAHH's community-based members provide services to more than 15 million Hispanics throughout the U.S. every year and national organization members provide services to more than 100 million people annually.
The organization encourages community members and partners to get involved and help it achieve its mission.
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