At The HSC Foundation, we work to improve access to services for people who face social and health care barriers due to disability, chronic illness or other unique circumstances. We carry out our work through two major roles: supporting a continuum of health care for people with disabilities through our subsidiary organizations and supporting youth with disabilities as they become adults.
Together, we work with partners to build efforts and initiatives that address an identified gap in disability information or services and that add value to our existing programs. The Foundation also works to bring additional support to initiatives by serving as funding partners on projects that have local impact and national relevance.
Supporting a Continuum of Care
The HSC Foundation is a parent organization that supports different levels and stages of care for people with disabilities through three subsidiary organizations. Each of these organizations offer a range of services and programs that serve people with unique care challenges in the surrounding Washington, DC area:
Health Services for Children with Special Needs, Inc., a care coordination plan for children and young adults who have unique health care needs.
The HSC Pediatric Center, a specialty hospital and therapy center for children and young adults with complex medical needs.