Our Services

Where We Work

Headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, CHDF’s central offices and satellite locations in Elko, Nevada, Pahrump, Nevada, and Lake Havasu City, Arizona, provide community-centered resources and programming to locations in need of additional resources. We choose frontier, rural, and underserved urban communities for our operations, partnering with sister company Community Health Development Partners (CHDP) to serve regions in need of additional resources to bolster health and well-being for the whole community.

CHDF’s satellite offices are co-located with CHDP-owned ambulatory surgical facilities, increasing both medical and social health access for our communities. CHDF follows through on this commitment to access by providing all services free of charge to all residents of our service areas, because we believe that communities are healthiest when all their residents have equal access to the resources they need to be well.

Where We Work

Headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, CHDF’s central offices and satellite locations in Elko, Nevada, Pahrump, Nevada, and Lake Havasu City, Arizona, provide community-centered resources and programming to locations in need of additional resources. We choose frontier, rural, and underserved urban communities for our operations, partnering with sister company Community Health Development Partners (CHDP) to serve regions in need of additional resources to bolster health and well-being for the whole community.

CHDF’s satellite offices are co-located with CHDP-owned ambulatory surgical facilities, increasing both medical and social health access for our communities. CHDF follows through on this commitment to access by providing all services free of charge to all residents of our service areas, because we believe that communities are healthiest when all their residents have equal access to the resources they need to be well.

What We Do

Patient Navigation

CHDF’s patient navigator program offers direct support and resource guidance to individuals in need of assistance with health and wellness access – from food to housing to legal counsel to mental health care. Our comprehensive resource database connects clients to local, state, and national funds, organizations, and programs addressing their needs, with wrap-around services that guide clients through every step of the process.

Health care and social service access can be confusing and complicated, and CHDF’s patient navigation program streamlines that process, raising awareness and engagement for those who struggle to meet the health and wellness needs of themselves and their families. We’re breaking down access barriers by connecting individuals to resources that already exist in their communities, and following up on these referrals to ensure that our clients receive the support they need.

Community Health Programming

Where gaps in health and social services exist, CHDF seeks solutions. We develop partnerships with businesses, non-profits, community organizations, and healthcare providers in our service areas to provide novel resources and supports to meet community needs. CHDF partnerships improve access to transportation, technology, health screenings, among other social health and wellness topics.

Dedicated community gathering space in every CHDF facility hosts local health resources and CHDF’s own health and wellness classes and trainings on topics like nutrition, cardiac health, diabetes care, preventative care, and CPR/First Aid. CHDF community health resources are always provided free of charge, ensuring equity of access.

 

Community Advisory Board

Our Community Advisory Board keeps us in touch with the needs of those we serve. CHDF Advisory Boards meet once a month for residents of our service areas to provide insights into their experience as patients, share their ideas for improvements, and collaborate to shape the future of healthcare in their community. Advisory Board membership is open to all community members, with an emphasis on seeking a diversity of perspectives and representing all voices from within our communities to create culturally competent and relevant care.

What We Do

Patient Navigation

CHDF’s patient navigator program offers direct support and resource guidance to individuals in need of assistance with health and wellness access – from food to housing to legal counsel to mental health care. Our comprehensive resource database connects clients to local, state, and national funds, organizations, and programs addressing their needs, with wrap-around services that guide clients through every step of the process.

Health care and social service access can be confusing and complicated, and CHDF’s patient navigation program streamlines that process, raising awareness and engagement for those who struggle to meet the health and wellness needs of themselves and their families. We’re breaking down access barriers by connecting individuals to resources that already exist in their communities, and following up on these referrals to ensure that our clients receive the support they need.

Community Health Programming

Where gaps in health and social services exist, CHDF seeks solutions. We develop partnerships with businesses, non-profits, community organizations, and healthcare providers in our service areas to provide novel resources and supports to meet community needs. CHDF partnerships improve access to transportation, technology, health screenings, among other social health and wellness topics.

Dedicated community gathering space in every CHDF facility hosts local health resources and CHDF’s own health and wellness classes and trainings on topics like nutrition, cardiac health, diabetes care, preventative care, and CPR/First Aid. CHDF community health resources are always provided free of charge, ensuring equity of access. 

Community Advisory Board

Our Community Advisory Board keeps us in touch with the needs of those we serve. CHDF Advisory Boards meet once a month for residents of our service areas to provide insights into their experience as patients, share their ideas for improvements, and collaborate to shape the future of healthcare in their community. Advisory Board membership is open to all community members, with an emphasis on seeking a diversity of perspectives and representing all voices from within our communities to create culturally competent and relevant care.

Partner with CHDF

Is your business, non-profit, or community organization located in one of CHDF’s service areas? Are you looking for a partner to provide community health and wellness services, infrastructure, or educational opportunities? Let us help!

CHDF offers hosting space, co-organization of events, grant writing support and grant application partnerships, and other organizational and infrastructure collaborations to create innovative health and wellness opportunities that address critical community needs. Get in touch through the form provided and we’ll get back to you ASAP about developing new opportunities for your community.

13 + 10 =