The Episcopal Church Medical Trust
The Episcopal Church Medical Trust provides healthcare benefits to nearly 15,000 active and retired clergy, lay employees, and their families in more than 70 dioceses and 2,800 parishes and missions. NEHM is an active partner with the Medical Trust, encouraging healthier congregations by developing health ministries and creating health environments.
National Episcopal AIDS Coalition (NEAC)
NEAC and NEHM are joined by a contractual partnership that allows them each to maximize stewardship of resources, including sharing staff at the national level. NEAC's challenge is to continue to offer support for caregivers, give guidance on prevention, encourage the growth of a network for those who minister to those affected by HIV/AIDS, and advocate for a more compassionate AIDS policy.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Indianapolis, IN)
NEHM is an affiliate ministry of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. The people of St. Paul's have been incredibly generous to NEHM over the years, providing substantial financial and physical resources.
NEHM partnered with Jubilee Ministries and Episcopal Community Services in America on our 2010 conference. The Jubilee Network connects congregations and agencies engaged in work with poor and oppressed people, wherever they are found, to meet basic human needs and to build a just society. It is faith in action--loving God with all our heart, mind, soul and strength by loving our neighbors as ourselves.
Episcopal Community Services in America (ECSA)
NEHM is partnered with Episcopal Community Services in America and Jubilee Ministries on our 2010 conference. ECSA supports on a national level health and human service organizations of the Episcopal Church through networking, advocacy, and resource development.