Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center is a federally qualified community health center established in 1968 in a collaboration between the community and Yale School of Medicine. The first community health center in Connecticut, the Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center has a long history of serving New Haven neighborhoods, which are among the poorest in the State. Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center provides an income based sliding fee scale to uninsured persons. The Center accepts most forms of insurance.

HAPPY works closely with Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center in providing effective follow-up care referrals and community education outreach programs.

REMEDY, Recovered Medical Equipment for the Developing World, is a 501 {c}{3} not-for-profit organization dedicated to actively promoting the recovery of unused medical supplies for the purpose of global aid, waste reduction, and cost-effectiveness. The end goal of REMEDY is to provide international medical relief while reducing solid medical waste from US hospitals.

REMEDY generously provides HAPPY with essential supplies, including sphygmomanometers.

Dwight Hall is the Center for Public Service and Social Justice at Yale. It is an independent, nonprofit umbrella organization that provides support to and fosters communication between over 60 student-run Member Organizations whose primary purposes fall within Dwight Hall’s mission, “to foster to foster civic-minded student leaders and to promote service and activism in New Haven and around the world.”

As a proud member group of Dwight Hall, HAPPY receives funding and organizational support from Dwight Hall.

The Undergraduate Organizations Funding Committee (UOFC), a standing committee of the Committee on Undergraduate Organizations, funds all registered undergraduate groups at Yale University.

As a registered undergraduate group at Yale University, HAPPY receives generous funding support from Yale UOFC.