Violence in the city of Cleveland is very problematic because it negatively impacts the quality of life in a community and neighborhood. Neighborhood areas in the city of Cleveland that are plagued by violence often see significant disinvestment of businesses, jobs and people as they leave the city and relocate to other communities that can provide a better quality of life. Read more here.
Healthy Cleveland’s Health Literacy Committee is hard at work preparing for provider outreach through a train-the-trainer health literacy model. Read more here.
Have you kept up with Healthy Cleveland lately? We’ve had some changes. Get to know the Healthy Cleveland team! Read more here.
The Healthy Cleveland – Health Literacy Committee focused on outreach to the community in 2018. This year, they’re setting their sights on providers. Read more here.
Healthy Cleveland’s Breathe Free Committee is starting off strong in 2019 with work around the City’s Tobacco 21 policy and tobacco cessation programming collaboration. Read more here.
The Healthy Cleveland - Healthy Eating Committee is busy this year! In addition to conducting observations of Cleveland high school vending machines, the committee is going upstream and looking at food policy. Read more here.
Racism. Toxic stress. Birth Outcomes.
How are these three things intertwined?
The short film, “Toxic”, developed by our very own Healthy Neighborhoods Committee, seeks to explore that question…
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Healthy Cleveland’s Violence Prevention Committee is taking a public health approach to reduce domestic violence and violence against women in 2019. Read more here.
This past October 2018, Healthy Cleveland’s Health Literacy Committee promoted National Health Literacy Month, reaching thousands of Cleveland residents. Read more here.
In January 2018, the City of Cleveland introduced emergency Resolution 5-18 and joined numerous other communities around the world dedicated to eliminating all traffic fatalities and severe injuries. Read more here.