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Apr 03
2017

Funds Available for Community-Based Public Health Strategies through Healthy Montgomery Transforming Communities Initiative

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For Immediate Release:  April 3, 2017 Contact: Julia Groenfeldt, Program and Communications Associate 202.747.3455 TCI@institutephi.org   Funds Available for Community-Based Public Health Strategies through Healthy Montgomery Transforming Communities Initiative Silver Spring, Maryland – GO! >

Nov 07
2016

Summary of Public Input for Maryland’s First Food Charter Released

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Summary of Public Input for Maryland’s First Food Charter Released For Immediate Release:  November 7, 2016 Contact: Evelyn Kelly, 202-407-7086  ekelly@institutphi.org   Washington, D.C. –  The Institute for Public Health Innovation (IPHI) released Creating Maryland’s Food Charter: GO! >

Mar 02
2016

Montgomery County Receives Major National Investment for Community-Based Efforts to Prevent Chronic Disease

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Montgomery County Receives Major National Investment for Community-Based Efforts to Prevent Chronic Disease Silver Spring, Maryland (March 3, 2016) –   Trinity Health, one of the country’s largest health systems, has awarded a Montgomery County, Maryland collaborative $500,000 per year GO! >

Oct 14
2015

IPHI facilitates workshop for local government and community leaders in Prince George County, Virginia on creating communities that promote the health of all County residents

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  PETERSBURG, VA — As part of its new strategy to promote a culture of health across the region, The Cameron Foundation kicked off the first in a series of co-sponsored workshops September 29. The “Healthy and Equitable Communities Workshop,” coordinated in partnership with Prince George GO! >

Sep 01
2015

IPHI Awards Small Grants to Ten Cities and Towns to Implement Policies that Promote Access to Nutritious Foods and Opportunities for Physical Activity

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For Immediate Release: September 1, 2015 Washington, DC – With up to $40,000 to award through its Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Cities & Towns Campaign, the Institute for Public Health Innovation (IPHI) has awarded grants to ten Maryland and Virginia municipalities to implement GO! >

Jul 01
2015

IPHI and CommonHealth ACTION Announce New Partnership Structure

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IPHI and CommonHealth ACTION Announce New Partnership Structure For Immediate Release: July 1, 2015 Washington, DC – The Boards of Directors of CommonHealth ACTION and the Institute for Public Health Innovation (IPHI) are pleased to announce an exciting new stage in the relationship between the GO! >

May 04
2015

IPHI Releases Request for Proposals for HEAL Cities & Towns Campaign Grants Program

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For Immediate Release Monday, May 4, 2015 Institute for Public Health Innovation Launches HEAL Cities & Towns Campaign Grants Program with $40,000 Available in Funding Washington, DC –  Through its HEAL Cities & Towns Campaign, the Institute for Public Health Innovation is GO! >

Apr 27
2015

May 2nd: Down By the Riverside Community Health Walk

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 4/24/15  “Down By the Riverside” Community Health Walk: Strong Parks, Strong Communities Neighbors, community members, and local organizations “look to the parks” for a healthier, greener future  Washington, DC: Washington Parks & People, the Institute for Public GO! >

Apr 13
2015

$40,000 Available to HEAL Cities and Towns to Implement HEAL Policies

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HEAL Cities & Towns Campaign Offering $40,000 in Small Grants to Maryland and Virginia Cities and Towns This spring, for the first time ever, cities and towns in Maryland and Virginia have an opportunity to obtain new resources to increase local options for healthy eating and active living GO! >

Mar 30
2015

Virginia Stakeholders Gather to Promote the Training and Employment of Community Members as Part of the Healthcare Workforce

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Virginia Stakeholders Gather to Promote the Training and Employment of Community Members as Part of the Healthcare Workforce  Frontline Community Health Workers Provide a Cost-Effective Strategy to Improving the Public’s Health FREDERICKSBURG, VA. (April 1, 2015) — Dozens GO! >