Community Health Programs & Partners
Working together. Building together. Growing together.
In 1969, we were founded on these values. It’s why we provide support, resources, health expertise, and inspirational partnerships to so many dedicated programs and organizations— all working toward a shared mission—to improve the lives of others.
Family Health & Support
Serving adults and children with nutrition resources, breastfeeding support, and social service needs.
Promoting equitable access to health, opportunity, and safety for all.
Chronic Disease Prevention & Optimal Aging
Doing all we can to ensure more people live longer with improved quality of life.
Communicable Disease & Diagnostics
Preventing the transmission of disease and developing new tools to enhance early detection.
Mental Health & Addiction
Supporting those with mental health needs and working to reduce the harmful effects of substance use.
Support Services for Clinical Nutrition & Breastfeeding
Heluna Health is proud to offer enhanced nutrition and breastfeeding support services to help clinical providers meet patient needs and improve health equity in high-need communities. For over forty years, our expert staff of culturally competent Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) have been providing culturally appropriate support through our WIC (Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children) program. Whether you’re looking to serve your patients in person or through a telehealth platform, we can work with you to customize a plan for your site or an entire network.
An evidence-based resource on bone health for people of all ages and stages of life
True prevention starts in childhood and it is never too early or too late to improve your bone health. A large gap exists between perception and reality with respect to bone health. Since osteoporosis is often a silent disease, many people do not realize that they are at risk for fracture until one occurs. Even then, the dots are not necessarily connected. A broken bone is blamed commonly on tripping or falling, instead of the real cause — fragile bones. 4BoneHealth believes that getting the facts increases awareness and that education can help individuals improve their bone health at any age.
Our Programs & Partners Directory
- Chronic Disease & Aging
- Communicable Disease
- Community Health
- Family Health & Support
- Homeless Services
- Mental Health & Addiction
- Youth Empowerment
Designed to provide an evidence-based resource on bone health for people of all ages and stages of life.
Alameda County Public Health Laboratory
Providing testing services for the identification of microorganisms that cause disease, including bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites.
American Dental Therapy Association
We advocate nationally for outstanding patient-centered oral health in underserved communities, amplify public awareness on the value of dental therapists, and support high-quality educational opportunities.
Angels Child Care Food Program
Offering nutrition education and healthy meal reimbursement to low-income day care providers so they can offer healthy, nutritious meals that promote lifelong eating habits in children.
California Department of Public Health (CDPH)
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is dedicated to optimizing the health and well-being of the people in California.
California Prevention Training Center
Providing clinical, behavioral interventions, partner services and program support courses designed to enhance the STD/HIV knowledge and skills of medical, health, and community professionals.
California Youth Advocacy Network
Changing the tobacco use culture in California’s high schools, colleges and universities, military installations, and other youth and young adult communities by providing knowledge, skills, and tools.
Carolyn Kordich Family Resource Center
An Early Start Family Resource Center (FRC) serving families who have infants and/or toddlers with disabilities.
CDPH California Emerging Infections Program (CEIP)
Funded under a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), CEIP has been an invaluable national resource for surveillance, prevention, and control of emerging infectious diseases since 1994.
CDPH Microbial Disease Laboratory
Providing reference, diagnostic and applied research activities for the detection, epidemiologic investigation, control and prevention of bacterial, mycobacterial, fungal and parasitic diseases in humans, food, water, and other environmental sources.
CDPH Vector Borne Disease Section
Protecting the health and well-being of Californians from diseases transmitted to people from insects and other animals.
CDPH Viral and Rickettsial Disease Laboratory
Providing laboratory support, technical assistance, and research required for the diagnosis, investigation, and control of viral diseases and for the development and maintenance of high quality local viral laboratory services in California.
Children and Families Commission of Orange County
A leader in responding to children’s needs and supporting programs and policy best practices for children’s health and development.
Cinnamoms is a cultural space that promotes empowerment and self-transformation for African American women. Cinnamoms come together to share and advocate for breastfeeding, parenting, and health for the entire life course.
Community Health Action Network, CHAN
Community Health Action Network believes that all individuals and families should have access to necessary resources to succeed, by providing utility assistance, food/motel vouchers, GED preparation, financial literacy classes and food distributions helps to fill in gaps families in underprivileged communities deserve.
Community Translational Research Institute (CTRI)
Bringing together key institutions and individuals from the public and private sectors for the prevention of chronic disease, and translating prevention science into community-based programs and sustained practice and policy.
County of Contra Costa H3 Homeless Programs
Ensuring an integrated system of care, from prevention through intervention, for homeless individuals and families within the Contra Costa community.
County of Contra Costa Senior Nutrition Program (Meals on Wheels)
Caring for and improving the health of all people in Contra Costa County with special attention to those who are most vulnerable to health challenges.
County of Contra Costa- Public Health Division
Providing accurate and timely surveillance–critical for early detection, identification and monitoring of disease progression in a community.
Eastern Los Angeles Family Resource Center
Providing emotional support, information, education, resources, and training to families of infants and toddlers from birth to three years of age who have a developmental delay.
Expecting Justice is a Black-led collaborative, mobilizing leaders from across San Francisco to take action for healthy Black and Pacific Islander births. Expecting Justice aligns knowledge, resources, and efforts to name and repair the impact of racism on the health of mothers, families, and children in San Francisco.
Family Resource Centers Network of California (FRCNCA)
Coalition of California’s 45 Early Start Family Resource Centers. The mission of FRCNCA is to support families of children with disabilities, special healthcare needs, and those at risk by ensuring the continuance, expansion, promotion and quality of family-centered, parent-directed, family resource centers.
Happy Mama Healthy Baby Alliance
Promoting high-quality, family-centered, evidence-based, respectful maternity and newborn care, and improved health outcomes for all childbearing persons and their babies.
Health Consortium of Greater San Gabriel Valley
Advancing health and wellbeing within the Greater San Gabriel Valley through collaborative partnerships that strengthen the health care safety net.
Health Officers Association of California (HOAC)
Conducting special projects to advance the practice of public health in California through public health-focused Continuing Medical Education for physicians, and providing technical expertise to the state legislature on matters related to public health.
Immunization Coalition of Los Angeles County (ICLAC)
The Immunization Coalition of Los Angeles County ICLAC) is a community-based constituency of schools, community clinics, hospitals, health department programs, health plans, and vaccine companies with a mission to foster collaborative efforts to prevent vaccine preventable diseases (VPDs).
Little by Little School Readiness Program
An evidence-based early literacy program that strives to create a stimulating home environment, foster literacy and improve school readiness for low-income, underserved children.
Long Beach Early Childhood Education Committee
The mission of the Long Beach Early Childhood Education Committee is to ensure that all children in Long Beach grow up healthy, safe and educated.
Los Angeles Network for Enhanced Services (LANES)
Supporting improvements in patient care while keeping protected health information (PHI) secure and private.
Orange County Department of Education (OCDE)
Offering support services to 27 school districts with more than 600 schools and 20,000 educators serving over 500,000 students in Orange County.
PHFE WIC (Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women Infants and Children) is the largest local WIC agency in the country, serving approximately 4% of the nation’s total and 23% of California’s WIC recipients with family nutrition and breastfeeding assistance.
Rancho Santiago Community College District (RSCCD)
RSCCD’s Early Head Start Program is dedicated to improving the quality and long term success of children and families by developing comprehensive services for the whole family, which will lead to self-sufficiency.
One of the world’s leading research institutes, dedicated to improving the human condition by turning knowledge into practice.
Saving Our Legacy (SOL) Project
Working collaboratively with restaurants, bars, and nightclubs frequented or owned by African-Americans and African immigrants to help them enact smoke-free policies in their outdoor dining areas.
A new community-based, sustainable initiative that improves maternal health care for individuals, families, & communities.
The mission of TRAPMedicine is to shift the praxis, narrative, and culture of men’s health using the barbershop. TrapMedicine is a community-driven public health movement powered by education, engagement, and equity.
United Council of Human Services (UCHS)
Committed to feeding the hungry, clothing the needy, and helping homeless and low income individuals and their families raise their standard of living through self- help.
WE in the World
Well-being and Equity (WE) in the World transforms relationships and systems to create a world where everyone has the chance to reach their full potential for well-being and contribute to that of others.
Youth/Adult Development Services (YDS)
Promoting peace, self-sufficiency and quality of life for youth, adults and families through gang intervention, violence prevention, case management and job readiness services so that future generations can succeed.