Mission: Developing children, families and future leaders of our communities through empowerment, education and wellness from our house to yours.
Vision: Leading the way in developing confident, self-sufficient, healthy families and communities.
Values: Integrity, Service, Excellence, and Employees.
The Beginning: Neighborhood House Association (NHA) was established in 1914 as a settlement house assisting immigrants in transitioning into the San Diego Community. Over one hundred years later, the agency has distinguished itself as a cutting-edge, comprehensive, human service provider.
NHA Today: With an annual operating budget of over $70 million and more than 800 employees, NHA is one of the largest multi-purpose human services organizations in San Diego County, serving thousands of residents (children, families, seniors and youth) each year. The agency has 14 key programs offered at more than 120 locations throughout San Diego County. These programs include an array of services designed to meet the cultural, social, and health needs of underserved residents. Program service areas include: child and youth development, senior services, mental health services, nutrition services, HIV/AIDS services, housing counseling and more.
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