North Central Health District




Decreasing Health Disparities Through Community Involvement

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has selected NCHD as one 2018’s Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) grant recipients. NCHD is one of three organizations awarded the grant in Georgia and one of 31 awardees across the nation. NCHD was awarded $542,378 to implement community health improvement strategies in Hancock County through the Hancock Health Improvement Partnership (HHIP).

What is the REACH Grant?

The REACH grant is awarded to programs and organizations working to reduce racial and ethnic health disparities in their communities. Through REACH, awardees plan and execute local, culturally appropriate programs to address a wide range of health issues among African Americans, Hispanics/Latinos, Asian Americans, American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Pacific Islanders.

REACH in Hancock County

Through the REACH grant, HHIP will continue to work towards improving Hancock County. The recently-acquired funds will allow HHIP to further implement strategies laid out in the partnership’s Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) priority area of Healthy Environments. Activities funded through the REACH grant will focus on nutrition, physical activity and community-clinical linkage.

2018 NCHD REACH External Evaluator Request for Proposals

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