Among other positions to expand Fairfax County Health Dept's COVID-19 workforce, we are thrilled to announce we will hire as many as 70 Community Health Workers to be based in Fairfax County, Virginia. Postings for these and other positions here: talentboost.cloud/iphi.
RVA Breathes IPHI is partnering with the Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Psychology on the implementation of RVA Breathes, a six-year NIH-funded research grant to assess GO! >
Healthy and Equitable Communities Training IPHI offers training and technical assistance to organizations and coalitions committed to addressing the dramatic health inequities found in communities throughout the GO! >
Healthy Montgomery Transforming Communities Initiative The Healthy Montgomery Transforming Communities Initiative (TCI) is a 5-year collaborative effort to implement policy, systems, and environmental changes that can reduce GO! >
The HEAL (Healthy Eating, Active Living) Cities and Towns Campaign HEAL Cities & Towns Campaign: Helping Municipal Leaders Create Healthy, Prosperous Communities The Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Cities & Towns Campaign for GO! >
Improving Health Equity Through Partnerships and Innovation
IPHI creates partnerships across sectors and cultivates innovative solutions that improve health and well-being for populations and communities across the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, with a particular focus on those most affected by health inequities.
Our work enhances the environments and conditions in which people live, age, work, learn, and play; strengthens health service systems and public policy, and builds organizational and community capacity to sustain progress.
We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our work.
SPOTLIGHT: Prince George’s County Food Equity Council
The Prince George’s County Food Equity Council in Prince George’s County, Maryland creates systemic change to the local food system, promoting health, economic opportunity, food security, and well-being, especially among communities that have been negatively impacted by the current food system. The FEC’s work with multi-sector partners and the County Council has led to significant policy accomplishments and the growing GO! >