Mar 17
2016

HEAL Grant Helps Increase Safe Space for Bicyclists in Frederick

Our Work in Action

HEAL Grant Helps Increase Safe Space for Bicyclists in Frederick Through funding provided from IPHI’s Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Cities & Towns Campaign, the City of Frederick, Maryland now has nearly six miles of bike lane striping and share use, or “sharrow,” GO! >

Mar 12
2016

Positive Pathways Recognized for its Effectiveness Addressing HIV/AIDS

News Coverage and Publications

Positive Pathways Recognized for its Effectiveness Addressing HIV/AIDS “Washington, D.C., had, at the end of 2006, the highest incidence of HIV and AIDS in the country. In June 2015, NBC reported that the city’s rate of infection was down for the sixth year running. This because GO! >

Mar 02
2016

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

Press Releases

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 15
2015

IPHI Hosts First Statewide Food System Summit in Maryland

Events and Webinars

The Institute for Public Health Innovation will host  Maryland’s first statewide food summit on Thursday, October 15, 2015. The event, Developing a Maryland Food Charter: Statewide Summit, will include nearly 60 participants from all five regions of the state, and focus on the following: The GO! >

Nov 17
2015

IPHI’s Evelyn Kelly Honored as one of Maryland’s Leading Women

News Coverage and Publications

Evelyn Kelly, IPHI Senior Program Manager, was selected as one of The Daily Record’s 2015 Leading Women. The Leading Women awards honor 50 local women who are 40 years of age or younger for the accomplishments they have made so far in their careers. A panel of business and legal professionals 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

Press Releases

  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

Press Releases

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! >

Aug 05
2015

IPHI Team Member Among 50 Local Food Heros

News Coverage and Publications

August 5, 2015 — Evelyn Kelly, IPHI Senior Program Manager was selected as a “50 under 50 Food Hero” by Elevation DC, an online magazine focused on what’s next for the city. The magazine highlights the work being done by IPHI to engage local food policy councils around the State of GO! >

Jul 01
2015

IPHI and CommonHealth ACTION Announce New Partnership Structure

Press Releases

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! >

Jun 01
2015

IPHI Hosts Successful Forum on Community Health Workers in Virginia

Events and Webinars

Community Health Worker Forum: “Investing in Community Health Workers: Advancing Virginia’s Health, Reducing Cost, and Improving Quality.” April 1, 2015 Freddy Zambrano, Community Health Worker (CHW) for the Fredericksburg Area HIV/AIDS Support Services told an audience of GO! >