New Zealand Health Delegation Visit Offers Unique Opportunity to Share Efforts to Achieve Equity

On June 19, seven members of a New Zealand health delegation met with several HIP-Cuyahoga Steering Committee members at a meeting hosted by The Center for Health Affairs. The New Zealand health delegation had learned about HIP-Cuyahoga’s collective efforts to improve health and achieve equity and wanted to learn more about specific strategies used and lessons […]

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Opportunity to Make a Difference in Your Neighborhood-Become a Peer-Leader!

Learn to help yourself and others manage long-lasting health conditions — become a self-management workshop leader! No teaching or medical experience necessary – you’ll be trained and supported to be successful. You must plan to attend all 4 days of a training session. After successfully completing training and co-leading one 6-week workshop, you will be […]

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Cleveland Teens Fresh Camp remind us about lead poisoning with ‘Forgotten Homes’ video.

“Forgotten Homes” was composed and written by five area teens who are interns with Fresh Camp, an initiative that amplifies youth voices. The song was made after the interns — Cris Huff, Mecca Primm, Charles Spooney, Derrick Washington and Maurice Philpott Jr. — researched lead poisoning in Cleveland and the historical and racial factors that […]

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