In a 2014 podcast, Healthy Communities Coalition director Christy McGill spoke about acceptance and love as essential parts of strategic actions for positive social change. She also gave examples illustrating how and why collective impact strategies are effective. You can listen to the podcast at the link below:
Healthy Communities partners with many groups and community volunteers to improve access to and demand for affordable, locally grown food.
Healthy Communities has several intersecting hubs, including a “Healthy Food Hub”, a set of strategies to increase access to affordable, locally and sustainably grown food.
Healthy Communities Coalition includes people from a wide range of groups and projects, all working together on common goals to increase opportunities for health and wellness.
Healthy Communities has several intersecting “hubs”, including a Health and Wellness Hub that focuses on increasing opportunities to take charge of one’s own health and decreasing systemic barriers to health care services.