Engagement with our neighbors…

has been at the heart of Neighborhood Family Practice (NFP) since our founding in 1980. It started in the early days of helping our neighbors quit smoking and continues today with vaccinating our neighbors alongside community partners. The word “neighborhood” is in our name and it’s the essence of how we strive to be a good neighbor.

Here’s how we engage with and for our neighbors:

  • Advocate for our patients and the community.
  • Convene and engage in community partnerships and collaborations that improve health outcomes for our patients and the community.
  • Support the community in achieving health equity, eliminating disparities, and improving the wellbeing for all through education, programming and outreach.
  • Support our patients and the community by increasing access to care, coverage, and health and social services.
  • Listen, learn and lift the voice of our patients and the community we serve.

If you are interested in information about how to partner with our neighbors, please contact us below.

Community Partners

Almira School
Better Health Partnership
Building Hope in the City
Case Western Reserve University
Catholic Charities MRS
City of Cleveland Department of Public Health
Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland Playhouse
Cuyahoga County Job and Family Services
Cuyahoga County Board of Health
Healthy Cleveland Healthy Neighborhoods
Housing/Homelessness/ Healthcare Collab.
John Marshall High School
Lakewood Alive
La Mega
Legal Aid Society of Cleveland
LGBTQ Center of Cleveland
Lutheran Hospital
Max Hayes High School
May Dugan
Merrick House
Mexican Consulate
MyCom – West Blvd.
Plexus LGBT and Allies Chamber of Commerce
The Refugee Response
Refugee Services Collaborative of Greater Cleveland
Spanish American Committee
Studio West117
St. Ignatius Church
St. Paul AME
The Root Cause Coalition
Unite Us
United Health Care
United Way (and 211)
US Together
The Westerly Apartments
Young Latino Network