We commit to continuous improvement in the accessibility of quality of services and programs with all efforts oriented to meet the specific needs of our target population being served.
We design services and programs to reduce health disparities and inequalities.
We also advocate for healthier public policy and against unfair practices that harm our target populations health.
individuals lifestyles in the communities, transforming lives one mile at a time.
We partner with community members to build safe and caring communities where everyone in our target population feels a sense of belonging.
Urban at for Hope strive to improve the well-being and health of our target population within our catchment area.
We analyze the needs of our diverse population groups and develop an action plan to handle them.
We work with community members to develop solutions that support healthy living that’s through civic engagement campaigns that enable the community members to actively participate in public policy decision making, affordable housing and community income-generating projects i.e in line to the SDG of the UN.
Driven and Based on the determinants of health. For instance, in serving people facing Socio-Economic challenges. We provide additional support like transit tickets to the various health facilities in getting health appointments, counselling on how to secure employment on access to additional social services and peer support groups. We also advocate for healthier public policies that enable our target population to access a healthy environment and afford other basic necessities of life.
Our professional teams comprise of members in professional terms extending beyond clinical providers to include health promotes social workers, outreach and community development workers. The respective teams collaborate with a wide range of primary code providers as well as other parts of the health and social service system.
Urban Art for Hope recognizes many populations and well- being. as such we ensure our staff undergo capacity building on issues of anti-oppression and culturally safe practices.
Our priority is in providing appropriate access to everyone, no matter who they are or where they live. Accessibility requires breaking down all social, cultural, linguistics, physical, social, economic, legal and geographic barriers that prevent people from accessing health services. On the other hand, community governance also ensures we are accountable to the communities and their founders. In addition, we develop and apply reporting indicators so founders can track their performance with respect to effectiveness and efficiency.
UAFH is involved in fighting Stigma and Discrimination to end Mental Health challenges amongst key populations.
Through a wider range of engagement processes, we constantly reorient services to meet communities changing needs. This approach is strengthened by another defining feature of the model, community governance. Community members set the strategic direction of the organization serving them.