NorthPoint takes great pride in its partnerships with community organizations. By working together, we have greater opportunities to enhance our neighborhoods and improve the health of our families. Especially important is the merger of essential social services, such as food shelf services and other advocacy programs, into an integrated service delivery model. This approach strives to provide a holistic approach to assisting families in achieving self-sufficiency and wellness. Additionally, community outreach efforts through the use of Community Health Workers connect residents in need of services to the NorthPoint campus.
Back to School Supply Distribution
NorthPoint solicits and receives donations of basic school supplies to donate to Northside students the week before school starts.
Fresh Produce Distribution
During this annual summer program, sponsored by Second Harvest Heartland, NorthPoint distributes fresh fruits and vegetables and other food items to neighborhood families on a weekly basis.
NorthPoint provides an annual distribution of gift certificates and turkey vouchers to families sponsored in part by private donations and individual donors.
Toys for Tots
Operating a “Toys for Tots” distribution center, in conjunction with the United Way, NorthPoint provides new Christmas gifts to children.
A monthly health education and mutual support for seniors on such topics as menopause, osteoporosis, nutrition, physical activity, breast cancer, etc., and assistance in scheduling routine health maintenance visits.
FVRx is a pilot program that explores the use of clinical care systems to improve health by increasing access to fresh produce. The program allows clinicians to “prescribe” fruits and vegetables during monthly group appointments for select patients. Prescriptions are renewable monthly and can be redeemed at a participating farmers market for produce for the patient’s family.
This program is supported by Blue Cross Blue Shield.