Food Security and Healthier Food Access are getting a lot of needed attention in NC these days. Want to learn and share what’s happening at the state and local level to address this from multi-level approaches? Then join this webinar presented by the Division of Public Health in the North Carolina Department of Health and […]
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 […]
This Webinar is an overview of the SFY 2020 Community Health Grant Request For Applications (RFA). Community Health Grants provide up to three years of funding to support safety-net organizations such as federally qualified health centers, state-designated rural health centers, free and charitable clinics, public health departments, school-based health centers and other non-profits that provide […]
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 […]
This Webinar is an overview of the SFY 2018 Community Health Grant Request For Applications (RFA). The Community Health Grant RFA (year one) is a competitive grant application. The Webinar will allow potential applicants an opportunity to review the RFA and seek clarification on any questions they may have as they complete the application.
The Montgomery/Richmond Healthy People, Healthy Carolinas collaboration was the first in the United States to implement “The Daily Mile,” an evidence-based intervention initially piloted in Scotland and England. On this webinar, Roxanne Elliott, with FirstHealth of the Carolinas will share the importance of collaboration, implementation strategies for launching this intervention in the United States and […]
Many communities across the Carolinas have had success in creating built environments that promote active lifestyles, and in doing so have seen economic and fiscal benefits. In this webinar, we highlight four communities across the Carolinas that have invested in trails, sidewalks, and other bike- and pedestrian-friendly improvements and have seen economic benefits (e.g., increased […]
//www.caresharehealth.org//wp-content/uploads/2016/09/2016-09-14-10.04-A-Model-for-Community-Change_-Creating-Healthier-Places.mp4 Active Living By Design (ALBD)’s Community Action Model (CAM) is an evidence-informed framework for catalyzing healthier communities through comprehensive and integrated strategies. More than a dozen years of successful initiatives have deepened ALBD’s understanding of the community change process and have informed the CAM, which highlights the importance of a community’s context, defines […]