Turning great ideas into healthier communities

Program

National Alliance for Health

The National Alliance for Health (NAFH) provides a forum for national public health and health care organization’s senior leadership to dialogue, promote and stimulate actions on critical issues to improve community health, mental health and wellness, and advance health equity for all.

Our goal is to align public health and health care sectors through building a robust cross-sector collaboration and will address the common challenges facing them.

Our purpose is to advance collective action on a common agenda between health care and public health sectors to create healthier, safer and more equitable communities, environments and systems to improve community health.

The NAFH, launched in 2017 as a multi-sectoral community of practice, has now grown to 15 partner organizations who collectively developed a common agenda with seven priority focus areas which will improve the health and wellness of our communities.

NAFH is a program of PHI's Population Health Innovation Lab, and is supported by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Kresge Foundation.

 

Program Director(s)

Sue Grinnell
Mary Pittman