Community Health Boards Make Resilient Communities

Community connectedness is one of the pillars of health that can counter the impacts of trauma and adversity. Yesterday’s blog introduced some key concepts in trauma-informed practice. In today’s blog, we’ll look at how communities are building those connections and fostering resilience, demonstrating how community-led initiatives are beneficial for health.  In the field of public health […]

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Why did you get vaccinated this year?

Flu season is underway so we collected a few reasons why different people in our community make sure to get vaccinated each year. Babies under six months aren’t old enough for flu shots. It’s up to us to keep them healthy! A yearly flu shot protects babies, grandparents, people undergoing cancer treatment – and you! […]

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Join the conversation about lead and toxics in our community

October is Children’s Environmental Health Month! Oh, you didn’t know? This month may be better known for ghouls and goblins, but our Lead and Toxics Team has put together a series of blog posts that are sure to give you goosebumps. We’ve spent the last couple of weeks discussing lead and toxics, and why testing […]

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