An Organization of Expert Health Care Litigators and Policy Advocates
Founded in 1969, the National Health Law Program fights to protect and expand health rights of low-income individuals, families and underserved communities.
Our mission has evolved to include robust policy work in the nation’s capital and in states across the country, in addition to our work as litigators. As a facet of comprehensive health care, the National Health Law Program has expanded our work to protect and advance the reproductive health rights of low-income women, who are constantly under attack from conservative lawmakers and a well-funded activist movement bent on harming women’s access to quality, comprehensive health care.
Established in California, a sizable portion of our work focuses on expanding access to and improving the quality of Medi-Cal, the country’s largest state Medicaid program, which can have ramifications nationwide.