BUILDING

HEALTH EQUITY

TOGETHER

We Serve

Network Partners

community members

counties

Services

WHO WE ARE

At Healthy Alliance, our purpose is to improve health and empower the underserved. Every community has its own needs, affecting the health of those who live, learn, work, and play within them. Our network brings together organizations, big and small, to coordinate and collaborate so that all communities have reliable access to the resources they need.

Why? Because every New Yorker deserves the same opportunity to be healthy.

WHAT WE DO

Our goal is to ensure every New Yorker has access to the social services they need – ranging from stable housing, healthy food, assistance with benefits navigation, clothing and household goods, transportation – and so much more.

We believe that by addressing these social needs before they turn into medical problems, it will improve the overall health of our communities, while lowering medical costs for all.

HOW IT WORKS

The work we do is largely possible thanks to our statewide referral platform, used to connect thousands of community members in need to our growing network of 580+ organizations (ranging from regional hospitals to local schools and food pantries) offering a wide range of programs and services that are essential to one’s health and wellbeing.

Our network has grown organically over the years – both in scope and geography – and will continue to do so. Just like any public utility – gas, electricity – our work won’t stop until we’ve created a collaborative network available to every New Yorker in need.

HEALTHY ALLIANCE’S IPA

As one of the first Independent Practice Associations (IPAs) in the nation focused explicitly on social determinants of health, we’ve forged a new path toward successfully building and optimizing an integrated network while contracting for social care services with managed care organizations. Our plan is to continue to build relationships on both sides of this work: growing the breadth and scope of the organizations who join the IPA, while growing the number of health plans with whom we partner.

Community Members

Community Based Organizations, Schools, Social Clubs, Government Agencies (and others)

Managed Care Organizations

Clinical Providers and Health Systems

GET CONNECTED

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2 days ago
Healthy Alliance

Soak up the summer sun while you still can! Join our terrific partner Capital District YMCA this Wednesday, August 17 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Adventure Camp in Guilderland! ☀️🍦

Enjoy a BBQ dinner and an ice cream buffet, and participate in awesome activities like ziplining and climbing a rock wall all at the Y's Summer Celebration!

Registration is required, and transportation is available if needed. Register for this rockin' event here: host.nxt.blackbaud.com/registration-form/?formId=12f24b23-a6c3-4cd1-b3a4-9517551563fd&envId=p-cAp...
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6 days ago
Healthy Alliance

👀 Interested in learning more about our valued partner CEK RN Consulting, Inc? Head to their first Open House at the beautiful The Blake Annex on Friday, August 19 from 1 to 4 p.m.!!

CEK RN Consulting, Inc. provides community members with a better understanding of their health care treatment through advocacy and health literacy or a better quality of life, but there's a lot more to learn about the amazing organization!

Register for the Open House with Melvina Respress via phone at 518-608-9054 or via email at melvinarespress@cekrnconsultinginc.org.
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1 week ago
Healthy Alliance

The Cancer Services Program of Fulton, Montgomery & Schenectady Counties is hosting a FREE women's screening day on Tuesday, August 23 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Bellevue Women's Center and Ellis McClellan Campus! 👩‍🦰👩‍🦳

If you or someone you know is a woman 40 years of age or older with no health insurance, you may be eligible for a free screening! Registration is required. To register for a screening at the Bellevue Women's Center, call 518-770-6817. To register for a screening at the Ellis McClellan Campus, call 518-770-6814. Registration must be completed by Tuesday, August 16, and appointments are limited.

#mammogram #cancerscreening #mammogramssavelives
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3 weeks ago
Healthy Alliance

Nicole Leggieri and Caroline Bouchard — Healthy Alliance Performance Consultant and Sr. Communications Specialist, respectively — set the night ablaze at Pitney Meadows Community Farm's Fire Feast!

This dynamite duo enjoyed the beautiful farmscape at dusk, live music, a silent auction, delicious meals made by local chefs with freshly picked produce, and much more! Supporting our partners is always lit! 😎🔥

Pitney Meadows grows to give, supplying Saratoga County and beyond with fresh produce donations to food pantries, senior programs, school districts, and more to feed the community.

#firefeast #supportingourcommunity
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4 weeks ago
Healthy Alliance

Our terrific partner USCRI Albany will host two workshops for refugees and immigrants next Thursday, July 28!

The Business Basics I workshop, presented by trusted partner Community Loan Fund of the Capital Region, will be offered via Zoom at 7 p.m. in English with live, interactive Dari or Pashto interpretation! Join the workshop: us06web.zoom.us/j/89260607429?pwd=VnU4RFZncU5uN3VQVXFuYjhkYzR1QT09

The Safety workshop will be offered via Zoom at 1 p.m. in English with live, interactive Burmese and Karen interpretation! Join the workshop: us06web.zoom.us/j/83385484503?pwd=cmhwdld2Z2FveElCVXF5Zkl4M0pGUT09
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