INMED Partnerships for Children is an international nonprofit humanitarian organization founded by Dr. Linda Pfeiffer in 1986. The organization was established out of a desire to provide children with necessary medicines and medical care. Over the last 30 years, however, INMED has adapted to changing global needs and has responded by expanding services in the field to address the growing needs of children in the developing and underdeveloped world.
INMED USA is an affiliate of global humanitarian development NGO INMED Partnerships for Children, which has been building pathways for vulnerable children, teens, and families to achieve self-reliance and well-being in Loudoun County, VA, since 1988.
Our Multigenerational Solution
INMED USA narrows the opportunity gaps for economically disadvantaged communities, which disproportionally lack access to health resources and sustainable livelihoods. The programs of INMED USA provide a continuum of care and support from the prenatal period through adulthood via services and resources for at-risk children and low-income families.
Through our multi-generational approach, we provide crisis intervention, prevention, and skills development programs and resources that help vulnerable children and families thrive today and for generations to come.