Senior Week

La Habra Senior Week was created to help seniors of the La Habra area as well as their caregivers. By linking various non-profits, religious affiliations, and businesses, we hope to give seniors the resources they need to age gracefully. Fully supported by organizations such as Institute for healthcare advancement, the La Habra Collaborative, St. Josephs Medical Hospital, and the City of the Habra, we hope to make each year bigger than the last!


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New Journal of Health Literacy to Bridge Research, Practice

IHA announces the launch of a new, peer reviewed journal dedicated exclusively to bridging research and practice in health literacy, health equity, and health disparities.

The Journal of Health Literacy (JHL) will launch in the first quarter 2017. JHL’s call for papers opens September 1, 2016. Submissions must be made directly to the publishing group, SLACK at www.healio.co

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La Habra Family Resource Center

We provide outreach and social services through our La Habra Family Resource Center.
At the center, we provide a complete family-centered support system and work with community resources that can address the health, emotional, social, and academic needs of children and their families.
We offer the La Habra, California, community:

  • Home visits
  • Insurance assistance
  • Case management
  • Referrals
  • Education, and more
IHA’s La Habra Family Resource Center is located in The Barnett Center 3rd floor, 501 S. Idaho St. Suite 330 • La Habra, CA 90631

Visit us, or call 714.447.3460 to set up an appointment.

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Community Benefit Connect provides a one-stop resource for community benefit with curated information, people, practices and research. Our focus is on those efforts that promote community wellness and prevention, and deepening of community benefit practice.

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Health Literacy Month is a time for organizations and individuals to promote the importance of understandable health information. This annual, worldwide, awareness-raising event has been going strong ever since Helen Osborne founded it in 1999.

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