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from within to prevent
and reduce chronic disease.
A proud member of the National PRC Network, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Oct 14
PRCHN Seminar Series
Grassroots Advocacy Tools to Use and Love
Nov. 11 
PRCHN Seminar Series
Community Voices Project: Place and Chronic Disease


PRC Broadcast

Obesity Prevalence Maps from the CDC
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released its latest data on self-reported obesity among U.S. adults. 
Health Matters Here Community Day September 26th
Health Improvement Partnership (HIP)-Cuyahoga is a diverse group of people and organizations who care about the health of everyone in Cuyahoga County. Join HIP-Cuyahoga for a Community Day focused on health, Saturday, September 26, at 9:30 am at Shaw High School (15320 Euclid Avenue). 
APHA Racism and Health Summer Webinar Series
More than 10,000 people tuned into for the American Public Health Association's (APHA) live webinars, The Impact of Racism on the Health and Well-being of the Nation. 
Unlock Possibilities through Shared Use Agreements Training Events
Registration is now open for the Shared Use Agreements trainings on September 10th and September 17th, offered by HIP-Cuyahoga's Healthy Eating/Active Living Subcommittee, which is anchored by the PRCHN.  
Healthy Kids Challenge September 5, 2015
Congresswoman Marcia Fudge is hosting a Healthy Kids Challenge on Saturday, September 5, 2015, as part of National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. 
State of Disparities in the African American Community Conference
On Saturday, August 22, the Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition presents State of Disparities in the African American Community, a one-day conference examining how political and social policies have impacted health disparities in the 150 years since Emancipation. 
PRCHN Releases Data Brief: Depressive Symptoms in Cuyahoga County
Approximately 1 in 4 Cuyahoga County high school students reported experiencing depressive symptoms, according to the PRCHN's new data brief, Depressive Symptoms in Cuyahoga County .  
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