Adagio Health has received the Food Insecurity in Mon Valley grant of $10,000 from the Jefferson Regional Foundation, which will support efforts to increase nutrition knowledge and confidence in the cooking and shopping skills of 60 Jefferson-area residents using the Cooking Matters curriculum.
Adagio Health has been granted $200,000 by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Human Services that will support its Better Health for Women Veterans initiative over the next year.
Adagio Health seeks additional not-for-profit healthcare providers in Preston County in West Virginia.
The director of Clinical Operations at Adagio Health embraces the growth that came from adapting to the pandemic.
June is Pride Month. To Adagio Health, Pride is an opportunity to celebrate LGBTQ+ progress and identity, while also honoring the past...
Every year, on May 31st, Adagio Health and its partners celebrate World No Tobacco Day.
Adagio Health seeks additional not-for-profit healthcare providers in Allegany, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Wyoming, and Erie county, NY.
On April 5, 1971, Adagio Health was established in western Pennsylvania. Known then as "Family Planning Services", it was a much...
"I want to help create a world we want our kids to be a part of."
Adagio Health is excited to announce the arrival of our new Mobile Health Unit! The Mobile Health Unit is a 36-foot long vehicle which...
Introducing farm fresh produce to local communities is the driving force behind the partnership between Adagio Health and Senator Jay Costa.
Adagio Health organized the Western Pennsylvania portion of the "I Am Not Invisible" photography and storytelling campaign.