We've Seen Enough Tobacco

NYC Smoke-Free Placed this full-page ad in The New York Times to raise awareness around tobacco advertisements visible to children.

Public Health Solutions Awarded Over $5 Million in Grant Funding

The funding will be used to continue our work across several of our existing service areas including Title X, MIC, Access to Health and Food Benefits, and Child Bereavement Services.

To Your Health 2016

Public Health Solutions would like to thank all of the attendees, donors, ambassadors, staff and volunteers who helped make this year's event our most successful yet! Click to visit our event recap page.

Help Us Bring Better Health To Communities In Need

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Bringing healthier foods and food environments to families and communities with the goals of ending hunger, improving nutrition, preventing obesity, and improving food systems.

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Connecting families to essential benefits and services, supporting childhood development from the earliest ages, and creating healthy environments.

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Empowering women to make informed decisions about their health, ensuring that they have access to high-quality reproductive health services, and supporting advocacy and community building efforts that improve women’s health.

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Developing research-tested interventions to help prevent HIV transmission, supports HIV & STD prevention efforts, and coordinates networks of care for people living with HIV & AIDS.

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Helping government agencies to be more effective and supporting the growth and development of community organizations with administrative, capacity-building, and back office services.

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Improving Public Health Every Day

 

The Latest News

Public Health Solutions’ Director of Food and Nutrition Programs, Sabrina Baronberg, was among the inaugural honorees of the New York City Food Policy Center at Hunter College’s Rising Stars in New

Earlier this month, Public Health Solutions hosted the Bureau of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control as they held their Social Network Strategy meeting.