We’re pleased to announce that Margaret Wienholts is the new Neighborhood Navigator for WeTHRIVE! in Lockland.Read more
To create a culture of health, safety, and vitality in communities, schools, and child care centers throughout Hamilton County.
That’s the mission of Hamilton County Public Health’s WeTHRIVE!℠ initiative.
What started with 50 people in three priority communities in 2009 has expanded to impact more than 300,000 people throughout 28 communities. This still-growing movement, which provides a framework to communities for healthy living, is a result of sustainable thinking from the start.
One of the benefits of being a WeTHRIVE! community is the Community Health Assessment (CHA) conducted by Hamilton County Public Health.
In Part 1 of this story, we learned the basics of a CHA and how the WeTHRIVE! team gathers information about the community. In this post, Part 2, we’ll focus on epidemiological data and how a CHA benefits a community.Read more
Alicia Stollenwerk, volunteer-development coordinator at Valley Interfaith Community Resource Center, is a member of the Lockland WeTHRIVE! team. We asked her to share how Valley Interfaith meets the needs of families in Lockland and the surrounding area. (See below for ZIP codes and WeTHRIVE! communities served by the center.)Read more
One of the benefits of being a WeTHRIVE! community is the Community Health Assessment (CHA) conducted by Hamilton County Public Health. What is the CHA and how does it benefit a community?
To find out, we sat down for a conversation with three of our WeTHRIVE! team members who work on CHAs. Let’s meet them!Read more
Throughout the 2021-2022 school year, WeTHRIVE! school districts kept moving forward with their health and wellness initiatives. School wellness teams evaluated policies, practices, and programs, taking action to make their schools healthier and safer for students and staff.
Here’s a look at what some WeTHRIVE! school districts accomplished in the 2021-22 school year.Read more