What does it mean to support "healthy people in healthy communities"? That's one of the questions that the latest issue of Healthier You magazine sets out to answer!
I really enjoyed reading through this issue and learning about the different ways that communities are taking actions that promote health and prevent disease.
Taking actions to promote health and prevent disease
Curious about what that means?
Take a look through the issue and you'll find:
- A local approach to preventing injury and promoting active transportation (Village of Queen Charlotte's Bike Repair and Safety Program).
- The Food Secure Kids program in the Northeast challenging you to learn about food security through the experiences of students who are enjoying the taste of a carrot that they planted and grew themselves.
- Local ideas that support healthier early years through Children First funded programs in Mackenzie and area, Prince George, Quesnel, and the Robson and Canoe Valleys.
More information on grant programs
Once these projects and others get you inspired to connect into healthy community projects where you live, don't miss the issue's handy information on:
- Six different grant programs that Northern Health is involved in;
- The link between grants and cultural understanding, trust, and respect; and
- How to write a successful grant application
Take a look through these stories online or look for a hard copy of the magazine in local doctors' offices, clinics, and Northern Health facilities near you! All past issues of Healthier You are also available online.