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The free, school-based program helps remove barriers to learning and supports health of the whole child.
Learn how they hope to help Orange County’s estimated 15,000 food insecure older adults.
Many attendees hope to capture one of Healthy Central Florida’s mini-grants for creative ideas to improve community health.
The Second Harvest program, funded by WPHF, will provide refrigerators, freezers and other equipment, along with staff training to as many as 44 food pantries.
It’s a one-stop shop for family caregivers to purchase services.
MetroPlan Orlando, with WPHF and UCF, is examining the health impact of transportation options between UCF’s main campus and the proposed downtown campus.
Local health care providers will be able to prescribe activity for older adult patients by referring them to a certified program at the Crosby YMCA Wellness Center.
It’s a voluntary campaign created by Healthy Central Florida to encourage smoke-free dining on restaurant patios.