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Philadelphia Health Partnership’s mission is to advocate for and resource equitable, quality care and services that improve the health and well-being of people in Philadelphia. We envision a Philadelphia in which everyone, particularly those who have faced barriers to opportunity, achieves optimal health and well-being. Our strategic initiatives focus on advancing equity in health and early childhood health and development in Philadelphia. We collaborate with nonprofit organizations, community partners, and cross-sector stakeholders working to nurture, connect, advocate, and lead.

Location:
Philadelphia, PA

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Philadelphia Health Partnership’s mission is to advocate for and resource equitable, quality care and services that improve the health and well-being of people in Philadelphia. We envision a Philadelphia in which everyone, particularly those who have faced barriers to opportunity, achieves optimal health and well-being. Our strategic initiatives focus on advancing equity in health and early childhood health and development in Philadelphia. We collaborate with nonprofit organizations, community partners, and cross-sector stakeholders working to nurture, connect, advocate, and lead.

Our Nurture initiative promotes the optimal physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development of children from prenatal to age five to influence health and well-being across the lifespan. We support positive relationships and early experiences that set children on the pathway to thrive.

Our Connect initiative improves access to responsive and equitable care and services to address disparities in health and well-being. We support community-based organizations that provide quality, coordinated resources and supports that adapt to the changing priorities and needs of diverse communities.

Our Advocate initiative advances policy, systems, and structural change to achieve equity in health. We support organizing and collective action to eliminate disparities in health and well-being based on race, ethnicity, national origin, socioeconomic status, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, ability, environment, and background.

Our Lead initiative builds the capacity of the nonprofit and health and human service sectors for racial justice and diversity, equity, and inclusion. We support leadership opportunities and career pathways to improve the health and well-being of individuals and groups impacted by structural racism and historic injustice.

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