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2016 Health & Wellness Recommendations to WCPSS School Board

In its 2015-2016 Annual Report, the School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) presented 7 commendations and 3 recommendations to the WCPSS School Board on June 21. AHA Director Sara Merz addressed the Board during the public comments at the meeting and thanked SHAC members and the Board for their support More


Free Meals for Kids in Need at Zebulon Farm Fresh Market

Many children face a major challenge in the summer—access to food. When school gets out, they are no longer able to have breakfast and/or lunch through the school’s free and reduced breakfast/lunch program. Fortunately, children that visit a registered summer meals site can get free meals, and this summer, More


Summer Harvest: Healthy NC Fare at Child Care Centers

Colorful, healthy and tasty zucchini, yellow squash, new potatoes, watermelon and blueberries are just a few of the NC crops coming from the farm to the child care table this month as part of Farm to Child Care (F2CC). Partners Wake County SmartStart and Wake County Cooperative Extension, along with AHA, More


Perspectives: June 2016

There’s a lot of talk locally about collective impact, a healthier Wake County and how we do this as a united community. Especially since AHA’s discussion in April with Wake County leaders about Live Well San Diego and San Diego’s county-wide health work, AHA is being approached and asked More


Winning on Wellness in Wake: Leveraging the Live Well San Diego Model

Advocates for Health in Action (AHA) hosted another community conversation in its Making Great Places series on April 15 with 185 community leaders coming together to learn about how Live Well San Diego is changing population health in San Diego County. Winning on Wellness:  How Collective Impact Builds Healthier, Safer and More


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