Health Education Information
Striving for a Healthier Hyde!
HEALTH PROMOTION & EDUCATION:
- Provides information and educational sessions to patients and the public at large
- Promotes change in policies and the environment that will encourage local residents to make healthier lifestyle choices
- Works with other community groups to promote health and wellness activities and events
- Provides public information through local media and agency newsletter.
2016 HYDE COUNTY FARMERS MARKET
Market Vendor Information:
The Market is open 9:00AM – 1:00PM on the last Saturday of every month through October 2016. Please check back for future market dates/times!
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN HYDE COUNTY
Go for a walk in Hyde County. Find a Walking Trail near you!
THE HEALTH STATUS OF HYDE COUNTY
To find out the latest on the health status of Hyde County, check out:
- 2015 State of the County Health Report
- 2014 Community Health Assessment
- 2013 State Of the County Health Report
- 2012 State Of The County Health Report
- 2011 Community Health Assessment
- 2011 Community Health Assessment Executive Summary
- 2009 State Of The County Health Report
- 2008 State Of The County Health Report
- 2007 Community Health Assessment
- Health Care
- Financial Assistance
- Mental Health
- Substance Abuse & Other Abuse
- Legal Assistance
- Other Resources
PRESCRIPTION DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION
For more information on prescription drug abuse prevention efforts in Hyde County, please visit: http://www.hydehealth.com/rx/
TRIPLE P (POSITIVE PARENTING PROGRAM)
For more information on Triple P, visit www.hydehealth.com/triplep/.
PARTNERSHIPS TO IMPROVE COMMUNITY HEALTH (PICH)
The Partnerships to Improve Community Health (PICH) is the newest generation in CDC’s long history of community health initiatives that aim to improve health and reduce the burden of chronic diseases. The program uses evidence and practice-based strategies to create or strengthen healthy environments that make it easier for people to make healthy choices and take charge of their health. To learn more, visit http://www.healthync.org.
Contact Information for Public Health Education:
Anna Schafer Motteler, MPH