Welcome to DHHA

Our mission is to provide quality nursing care and related services to the sick in their own homes. We give priority to the poor, foster the integrity of family life and assist the elderly and chronically ill to stay at home. We provide these services without regard to the origin, creed or other status of the individual.

Our Impact

  • The In-Home Nursing Program helps poor, frail seniors to remain in their homes safely, healthy and as independent as possible for as long as possible in the lowest-cost health care site – their home. In 2019, DHHA provided 7,668 patient care visits to188 poor seniors.

  • Wellness Clinics at low-income senior housing sites offer prevention and early intervention nursing services all of which support and empower older adults to be accountable for their health. In 2019, DHHA expanded the number of Wellness Clinics to 20 and served 624 at-risk seniors and disabled adults living in low-income housing with 2,766 visits

  • The Durable Medical Equipment Loan Program provides a wide range of adaptive equipment such as wheelchairs and walkers, etc. enhancing mobility and self-sufficiency for our patients as well as others in the community with limited resources. In 2019, DHHA loaned 1,674 pieces of adaptive equipment to 1132 elderly and disabled recipients in need from our community.