Our Mission

The mission of Neighborhood Health Partners is to provide confidential and affordable reproductive health care to women and men of all ages in an atmosphere that promotes the dignity and respect of the individual while providing the education needed to make informed choices regarding their sexual health.


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Think about it Thursday: GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT
Each year on the third Thursday in November, the American Cancer Society sponsors the Great American Smokeout.
This is an annual social engineering event to encourage Americans to stop tobacco smoking. The Great American Smokeout challenges smokers to stop smoking cigarettes for 24 hours with the hopes that this decision will continue on forever.
Join millions of other smokers and do not smoke for the day. Use #GreatAmericanSmokeout to post on social media.
Evolving from a series of small scale initiatives, the first Great American Smokeout was held on November 16, 1977 in San Francisco’s Union Square.
o 1970 – Randolph, Massachusetts – Arthur P. Mullaney suggested people give up cigarettes for a day donating the money to a local high school.
o 1974 – Monticello, Minnesota – Lynn R. Smith of the Monticello Times promoted a “Don’t Smoke Day”.
o 1976 – November 18, The California Division of the American Cancer Society successfully prompted nearly one million smokers to quit for the day.
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GET YOURSELF TESTED!  Thanks to everyone who helped get the word out about our GYT testing night and participated in testing.  We have walk-in testing every Monday afternoon from 1-3 pm if you missed the testing night.


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