Community Engagement

We are grateful to all of our partners and funders

Adagio Health is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of individuals through building strategic community partnerships. Innovative partnerships with organizations whose primary mission may not be to provide reproductive healthcare services, nutrition education, and family planning education but serve populations who have very little access to the services we provide, allow us to reach individuals and communities that need us the most.

Our community partners include:

412 Food Rescue
Access Matters
Adelphoi Village
Allegheny County Health Department
Allegheny Health Network
Allies for Children
Allies for Health + Wellbeing
Anonymous
Bethlehem Haven
Birmingham Free Clinic
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Cindystock
Community Human Services
CWHRI
Dr. & Mrs. Arthur William Phillips Charitable Trust
Eden Hall Foundation
Family Health Council of Central Pennsylvania
Forbes Funds
FISA Foundation
Grable Foundation
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
Gwen’s Girls
Healthy Start
Highmark Foundation
Hillman Foundation
Human Services Center Corporation
Jefferson Regional Foundation
Jewish Healthcare Foundation
Maternal and Family Health Services, Inc. 
Office of Population Affairs – Department of Health & Human Services
Penn State University
Pennsylvania Department of Health
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
Persad Center
Planned Parenthood
Propel Schools
PNC Foundation
POWER
Renewal Inc. 
Richard King Mellon Foundation
Squirrel Hill Health Center
Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
The Midwife Center for Birth & Women’s Health
The Heinz Endowments
United Way
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
US Department of Agriculture
Women's Law Project
YMCA
YWCA