Letters to Navigators


To read a copy of the letter, click here.

To achieve a broad sampling, these letters were sent to all grant recipients in states receiving 61 percent of Navigator dollars. Those groups and states are:


  • Arizona Association of Community Health Centers
  • Arizona Board of Regents, U of Arizona
  • Greater Phoenix Urban Leauge
  • Campesinos Sin Fronteras


  • University of South Florida
  • Epilepsy Foundation of Florida
  • Advanced Patient Advocacy, LLC
  • Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County, Inc.
  • Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners
  • National Hispanic Council on Aging
  • Cardon Healthcare Network
  • Mental Health America


  • Structured Employment Economic Development Corporation
  • University of Georgia


  • Affiliated Service Providers of Indiana
  • Plus One Enterprises
  • Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County
  • United Way Worldwide


  • Souther United Neighborhoods
  • Martin Luther King Health Center
  • Southwest Louisiana Area Health Education Center
  • Capital Area Agency on Aging


  • Primaris Health Business Solutions
  • Missouri Alliance of Area Agencies on Aging

New Jersey

  • Center for Family Services
  • Wendy Sykes
  • Urban League of Hudson County
  • Public Health Solutions
  • Foodbank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties

North Carolina

  • Randolph Hospital
  • Mountain Projects
  • North Carolina Community Care Networks
  • Alcohol Drug Council of NC


  • Ohio Association of Foodbanks
  • Children’s Hospital Medical Center
  • Clermont Recovery Center
  • Helping Hands Community Outreach Center
  • Neighborhood Health Association


  • Resources for Human Development
  • Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers
  • Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers’ Association
  • Cardon Health Network
  • Mental Health America


  • United Way of Metropolitan Tarrant County
  • Migrant Health Promotion, Inc.
  • National Hispanic Council on Aging
  • Change Happens
  • United Way of El Paso County
  • Southern United Neighborhoods
  • East Texas Behavioral Healthcare Network
  • National Urban League