For 50 years, the National Health Law Program has been fighting to protect health rights of low-income individuals, families and underserved communities. Since 1969, we have been on the front lines educating, advocating, and litigating to ensure that all people living in the United State have access to quality health care regardless of their race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or income.
See the history of the National Health Law Program here.
Health Advocate Blog
This National Health Law Program blog post authored by Executive Director Elizabeth G. Taylor delves into the achievements and challenges the organization continues to face in its 50-year fight to make health care a reality for low-income people and underserved communities.