A successful Early Intervention (EI) initiative for New York City children is receiving additional support from three philanthropic foundations to expand electronic referral and retention efforts for underserved communities.Read More
Improving the Health of ALL New Yorkers
We believe health is everybody’s business.
We all benefit from public health. Health is central to everything and the foundation for personal, community, and national well-being and achievement.
The Fund for Public Health in New York City facilitates partnerships between the public and private sector to develop, test, and launch new public health initiatives that advance the health of all New Yorkers.
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HealthyNYC” Aims to Increase Life Expectancy to 83 Years by 2030, Focuses on Reducing Chronic Disease, Overdose, Maternal Mortality Deaths, and More. The campaign sets ambitious targets to address the greatest drivers of premature death, including chronic and diet-related diseases, screenable cancers, overdose, suicide, maternal mortality, violence, and COVID-19.Read More