Generation Health Alliance Foundation


Improving the Quality Of Life with the Embodiment of Balancing Mind and Body Wellness.


The mission of Generation Health Alliance Foundation {‘GHA”) is to promote an objective is to help all people lead healthy productive lives through the delivery of education and advocacy on issues concerning homelessness, poverty, violence, discrimination, poor health, and the provision of mental health services. Additionally, we aim to provide access to social support services (i.e. counseling services, job training, and health screening programs) that are preventative programs designed to enhance the well-being of individuals, families and communities.


Generation Health Alliance Foundation follows the principle that education and self-help must fortify charity work so recipients learn to break the cycle of poverty. Generation Health Alliance Foundation was founded with the belief that each person deserves undivided concern and attention, and deserves to have all their needs met with consideration and empathy. We continue to uphold these beliefs today in all that we do.  We firmly believe that no person, regardless of their age, finances or health, should have to live in fear, or wonder where they will sleep or what they will eat.


  1. GHA’s goal is to provide supportive services to homeless youth that aim to move youth into stable housing and prepare them for independence.
  2. GHA’s goal is to provide education on the prevention of the sexual abuse or exploitation of victims.
  3. GHA’S goal is to provide education on healthy living and improving people’s health by giving them the chance to lift themselves out of extreme poverty.
  4. GHA’s goal is to advocate free or affordable mental health services to underserved populations.

Who Can GHA Provide Services to?

The residents, individuals and families we assist come from many different backgrounds and each brings their own story to GHA. Regardless of where they have come from, what they have been through or what they may need, GHA is here to assist them. When tragedy strikes and health or living conditions begin to deteriorate, many people depend on family or friends to help them, yet, for many others, this support network does not exist. When support networks fail and situations become uncertain, GHA is there to make sure no one falls through the cracks. Some may be struggling with the pain, limitations or heavy expenses of illnesses, while others may be suffering from debilitating injuries. Others may be battling illnesses that are less physically apparent, such as addiction or mental illness.


Join us at our First Annual SVP Forum on Saturday, March 18, 2017