Next WeTHRIVE! Meeting: March 8th, 6:00 to 7:30, location to be determined.
WeTHRIVE! Mt. Healthy is an initiative in partnership with Hamilton County Public Health, to promote healthy living particularly as it relates to combating chronic disease, creating an environment where residents of all ages can thrive!
Current projects include:
- Community Garden serving the Mt. Healthy Alliance Food Pantry.
- Senior Garden at The Christian Village of Mt. Healthy with free gardening classes open to the community.
- Walking Club with incentives and prizes.
1-mile, 2-mile, and 3-mile (in progress)
- Marked Walking Paths thanks to Assumption’s Boy Scout Troop 27.
- Youth Sports programs including:
- Drill Team & Basketball ( ages 6+, free).
- North Hill United SAY soccer (recreational, ages 4-13, scholarships available).
- Furnished Lactation Room located in City Hall for staff, residents, and visitors thanks to Hamilton County Public Health funded by ODH Ohio Department of Health Child and Family Health Services)
- Ohio Department of Transportation’s Safe Routes to School Travel Plan, to increase the safety of our students walking, biking, and riding to and from school.
- Annual Health Fair.
- Distribution of literature related to chronic disease prevention and healthy living at businesses, organization, and events throughout the city.
We are in need of volunteers of every kind for the various programs. Contact Mimi Anderson, Team Leader at: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how to get involved or call 513-931-8840, ext. 127.
Mt. Healthy Community Health Assessment Survey – WE NEED YOUR INPUT!
Are you interested in the health of your community? Do you have specific concerns about the health, safety, and vitality of where you live? Hamilton County Public Health wants to know! You can make your voice heard by taking a quick, one question survey. The answers are completely anonymous and you can write as much or as little as you wish. The results of this survey will be used to complete our Community Health Assessment Reports for our Hamilton County communities. We will present the results at a series of community discussions over the next several months. The more responses the better, so please feel free to share these links with friend and family who might also have opinions.
Note: This link is only for City of Mt. Healthy residents. If you do not live in the Mt. Healthy, you can contact mailto:Kimberly.email@example.com get the appropriate link.