Human Health Project (HHP) has a three-pronged foundation: peer-to-peer information, education and support. Our objective is to empower people to manage their own health.
Peer-Led Patient Advocacy supports those who are not being heard in the healthcare system. Through sharing of experiences and resources, advocates inspire patients to take ownership of their care plans. HHP trains volunteers to serve as peer navigators and patient advocates, and connects them with individual patients and through community partnerships.
Real World Data
Through the RWD program, HHP provides independent information from our community, to help people make better healthcare decisions. Currently, thousands of people with Migraine and Lupus share their experiences and learn from each other about causes, symptoms and the latest treatment options. Going forward, HHP will grow to include all health conditions.
HHP educates people to be empowered patients and caregivers. Throughout this program participants learn concepts to better navigate the healthcare system, including knowledge of local healthcare systems.