Improving health and wellness of the Orange County community by enhancing the impact and efficiency of health philanthropy.

The Health Funders Partnership of Orange County is a collaborative of funders working together for the health and well-being of Orange County residents.

Upcoming Events

IM4US

Join the Health Funders Partnership
of Orange County at the:

Integrative Medicine for the Underserved (IM4US)
“Collaborate to Create Healthy Communities”
2016 Annual Conference
August 18-20, 2016
Irvine, California

This conference is intended for: Health care providers, healers, administrators and staff that provide care to the underserved, public health workers, researchers, policy analysts, funders, activists, and members of underserved communities. (Note: Continuing Education credits are available)

This conference will focus on:

  • Affordable integrative approaches to common acute and chronic diseases
  • Integrative approaches to health
  • Knowledge, experience, and differing types of evidence 
  • Unique ways to utilize group medical visits and other innovative ways to deliver care
  • Creating a like-minded community base for activism around integrative medicine for underserved populations
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Areas of Focus

Promoting Integrative Health & Wellness

The Partnership is committed to making quality integrative health care, a healing-oriented medicine that focuses on the whole person, including all aspects of lifestyle and wellness, accessible to all Orange County residents.

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Strengthening Orange County’s Health Care Safety Net

The Partnership supports Orange County’s health care safety net of health care clinics and community-based organizations so that all residents receive quality, comprehensive health care and services.

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Increasing Health Care Access and Coverage

The Partnership supports efforts to ensure all Orange County residents are enrolled and utilize health care coverage and supports efforts to strengthen services, expand access and improve health outcomes, while reducing health care costs.

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