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 The NHCLV would like to send a HUGE thank you to all who have referred patients to our program and partners!

Our Referral Brochure shows information and work flow

NHCLV is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit entity.

Donation checks may be made out to NHCLV and mailed to our Administrative office.

Interested in referring someone to the Lehigh Valley Super Utilizer Partnership?

Contact us at: referrals@nhclv.com or through Contact form

Partners:

A Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) is a Bureau of Primary Health Care and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services of the United States Department of Health and Human Services. This designation is significant for several health programs under the Health Center Consolidation Act (Section 330 of the Public Health Service Act).

The spirit of Community Exchange is a vibrant community working together. Community Exchange is a group of people who create caring and supportive social networks by exchanging services with people within the community. Through these exchanges of time and talent, friendships are made, neighbors get to know each other and address key community health issues. All members are valued for their talents, skills and time; the program relies on the commitment of its members.

As Dr. Jeff Brenner, Founder and Executive Director of the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, regularly states that you can’t address community problems with medical answers, you need community answers to solve community problems. CUNA uses a community organizing approach developed by the PICO National Network in the lineage of the great organizing rooted in our Nation’s history and numerous faith traditions. Faith-Based Community Organizing is a method of working with faith communities to address the problems and concerns of their communities, and in turn, vitalize and strengthen the life of congregations.

Founded in 1957, Haven House is a community mental health provider whose mission is to improve and elevate the independence of individuals having mental illness while supporting recovery and enhancing their quality of life. They provide 3 tiers of outpatient and community based clinical and psychiatric services to thousands of individuals ages 14 and up, who suffer with mental illness and reside in Lehigh and Northampton Counties. Their Outpatient Services program provides clients with short- or long-term therapy interventions individually, with families or in a group setting.

 

Sacred Heart Hospital’s Parish Nursing Program:

Parish Nursing has been a
part of Sacred Heart Hospital
since 1999. They have pursued
growth in the number of
Parish Nurses, and the number
of congregations in which they
practice. They also look for other
avenues of outreach to the
community so that they can offer
concrete resources and tools
for the families to incorporate into their lifestyles leading to an improvement in their wholistic health.