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First

Working Together

To Achieve Health Equity

The key to vibrant, successful communities.

Everyone Deserves

An Equal Opportunity To Be Healthy

Proudly serving the residents of the Passaic County, HCPC is composed of 80+ organizations dedicated to addressing the social determinants of health. Together, we promote health equity in our communities and serve as the bridge that connects an individual’s needs to community resources. By addressing the underlying issues, we can advance health equity so everyone has the opportunity to lead a healthy life.

The Social Determinants of Health.

Studies show that these five social determinants of health account
for as much as 80% of our overall health.
Studies show that these five social determinants of health account for as much as 80% of our overall health.

Quality
Healthcare

Food
& Nutrition

Education
& Literacy

Neighborhood
& Environment

Income
& Social Status

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Addressing all of these issues to improve individual and community health isn’t something that any one person or organization can do alone. That’s where the Health Coalition of Passaic County (HCPC) comes in.

What We Do

Using our robust data analytics, we identify the trends and needs within our communities and, with our partners, develop innovative programs and policies to address them.

Empowering the community.

Our mission is to significantly improve health equity, health and overall quality of life for residents of the greater Passaic County area by specifically addressing social determinants of health through a dedicated, thriving and sustainable community coalition and regional health hub.

Our Stories

Accessing basic needs for a mom and her two young sons.

Our HCPC Community Health Worker had the honor of working with a 62-year-old, single mother of two adopted sons (3- and 4-years-old) through the HCPC Horizon Neighbors in Health program.

Helping a hard-working mom and son improve their living environment.

Though the Horizon Neighbors in Health program, our HCPC Community Health Worker helped a 34-year-old, single mom who lives with her 15-year-old son.

Obtaining basic needs for those vulnerable to COVID-19.

HCPC worked with an 18-year-old man who was about to graduate from high school. He is a cancer survivor with chronic kidney disease and is considered high-risk of developing complications from COVID-19.

We Value Our Partnerships

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Get in Touch With Us

Whether you want to reach us to help your neighborhood or partner with us to build a better community, we would love to hear from you.
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