Who We Are
Heluna Health is the leading provider of program services and fiscal sponsorship for over 500 population health projects. We empower public health agencies, academic researchers, public/private consortia, and nonprofits.
We envision a world where all people have access to the services and support they need to live healthy and productive lives.
Our values guide the work we do every day.
We embrace the power that a diverse workforce and client base brings to the advancement of our mission and goals.
We strive to ensure that the shared mission embodied in our population health partnerships is a blueprint for 21st century health and wellness.
We seek to provide reliable and consistent service to all of our partners.
We strive to achieve the highest standards of ethics and transparency in all that we do.
Our flexible fiscal sponsorship model empowers our partners to pursue the greater good with relevant, client-centered solutions.
As we seek to advance the overall health and well-being of our communities, we strive to model and promote healthy behaviors in all that we do.
What We've Achieved
Our partners come to us to build evidence-based population health projects, whether for research or program implementation; contracts and grants management; fiscal sponsorship (providing a financial ‘home’ for researchers, programs and agencies); and for program design across the spectrum of population health needs.
Headquartered in the Greater Los Angeles area, Heluna Health touches over 39 million individuals by partnering with mission-aligned public health organizations that work to improve the health and well-being of our communities. Public health organizations trust us to oversee over $100 million in community health grants, public health research grants, and other grants for health and wellness initiatives.
Featured Programs and Partners
Angels Child Care Food Program
Offering nutrition education and healthy meal reimbursement to low-income day care providers so they can offer healthy, nutritious meals that promote lifelong eating habits in children.
California Youth Advocacy Network
Changing the tobacco use culture in California’s high schools, colleges and universities, military installations, and other youth and young adult communities by providing knowledge, skills, and tools.
CDPH California Emerging Infections Program (CEIP)
Funded under a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), CEIP has been an invaluable national resource for surveillance, prevention, and control of emerging infectious diseases since 1994.
One of the world’s leading research institutes, dedicated to improving the human condition by turning knowledge into practice.
Community Translational Research Institute (CTRI)
Bringing together key institutions and individuals from the public and private sectors for the prevention of chronic disease, and translating prevention science into community-based programs and sustained practice and policy.
Little by Little School Readiness Program
An evidence-based early literacy program that strives to create a stimulating home environment, foster literacy and improve school readiness for low-income, underserved children.
PHFE WIC (Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women Infants and Children) is the largest local WIC agency in the country, serving approximately 4% of the nation’s total and 23% of California’s WIC recipients with family nutrition and breastfeeding assistance.