The report evaluates Healthier Highland’s multi-sector collaboration and seeks to capture and learn about the accomplishments and learnings focusing on how authentic community engagement is essential to impacting systems and reducing health disparities. Healthier Highland is a Community Centered Health initiative founded in 2014. The initiative is a community led collaboration between a historically African-American […]
In addition to the brief, Carolina Health Net provided the tips for using zooms as a resource for this brief. Helpful Tips for Using Zoom.Participants
The Institute of Healthcare Improvement has hosted a virtual learning hour: Telemedicine: COVID 19 and Beyond. Description of the virtual learning: During the COVID-19 pandemic, health care professionals have turned to telemedicine to remotely diagnose and monitor patients with suspected coronavirus infection, stay in touch with patients with COVID-19 symptoms that can be managed at […]
The NC Justice Center has developed a fact sheet on Know Your Rights: Unemployment and COVID -19.
The article from WRAL provides a list of resources to help seniors get food and prescriptions during the challenging times we are facing with COVID-19. Here is the link to the article. https://www.wral.com/list-of-resources-to-help-seniors-get-groceries-and-prescriptions/19015969/
Communities WIN A Community Guide for Dialogue + Action was developed by Community Initiatives and Institute for People, Place and Possibility for Well Being in the Nation (WIN) Network with support from Well Being Trust. The guide provides tools for authentic conversations in communities to promote well-being.
The MANNA FoodBank Programs team has been working with partners across WNC to integrate screening for food insecurity into the clinical setting. This model has proven effective at identifying patients in need and linking them to helpful and appropriate resources. The presentation will provide information on the screening and referral process, including MANNA’s collaboration with […]
In recent years, food councils in North Carolina have hosted candidates forums with key policy makers to both educate them on their communities’ food system needs and to connect citizens directly with their law makers. Join members of the Community Food Strategies team as we walk you through the steps outlined in our Candidates Forum […]