Glendale Healthy Kids ensures that children have access to health care and health education.
Our Vision: A community in which every child has optimal health.
Our Core Values
• Integrity: Honesty, trustworthiness and fairness
• Caring: Commitment to valuing differences and respecting the well-being and dignity of each person
• Quality: Excellence in services provided
• Teamwork: Commitment to working together as a community to achieve our goals.
In 1993, the Glendale Memorial Hospital Foundation formed a committee to determine the health needs of underserved children in the community. A needs assessment revealed that uninsured children of the working poor were particularly limited in their ability to receive preventative care. Local emergency rooms and school nurses were providing primary care to the children who had no other access to physicians, dentists or specialists. As a result, Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center, USC Verdugo Hills Hospital, Glendale Adventist Medical Center, Glendale Unified School District, and the City of Glendale joined together and formed Glendale Healthy Kids.
What Services to We Provide?
Access to healthcare and health education.
How Are We Funded?
Through private donations, foundation grants, events, support from our local hospitals, and people like yourself.
Who Do We Provide Services For?
Children ages 0 – 18 who are uninsured and underinsured.