NHFHS to Hold National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day Observance

As we approach the first day of winter and the longest night of the year, New Horizon Family Health Services (NHFHS) will be holding a National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day Observance to commemorate the lives of NHFHS’ Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) Program patients who died in 2021.

Join us on Facebook on December 21 at 5:00 pm as NHFHS’ HCH Program team and community partners remember and honor our patients who passed away in 2021 while experiencing homelessness.


The livestream event will be broadcast at www.facebook.com/QualityHealthCareForAllPeople and include a brief program. Luminaries will be lit in remembrance of each patient followed by a moment of silence to honor these individuals lost.

About NHFHS’ Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) Program

NHFHS’ HCH program serves over 2,600 patients experiencing homelessness each year in 13 counties using a 35-foot mobile medical unit at strategic collaborative partner agency locations. The program provides primary medical care, dental and behavioral health services and access to prescription medications. In 2019, NHFHS partnered with Miracle Hill Ministries to open South Carolina’s first-ever in-shelter Medical Respite Care Program to provide medical support to individuals experiencing homelessness who are too sick to stay in a regular shelter but not sick enough to be in a hospital.

About New Horizon Family Health Services

Since 1992, NHFHS has been serving Greenville County and Upstate South Carolina and operates medical offices in Greenville, Greer and Travelers Rest, a dental office in Greenville, two mobile medical units and a mobile dental unit. NHFHS provides primary medical, dental and behavioral health care, pharmacy and laboratory services to nearly 25,000 patients annually.

The mission of NHFHS is to provide quality, affordable, compassionate patient-centered health care to improve the health of the communities we serve. To learn more, visit our website at www.newhorizonfhs.org.

NHFHS is partially financially supported by the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services under the Public Health Service Act. Of total operating costs, 26% is funded by federal support. For this year’s budget, the federal grant funding is $6,612,646. Seventy – four percent (74%) of total costs will be financed by non-governmental sources.


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