MONTHLY HEALTH COUNCIL MEETINGS
Beginning in February 2017, the monthly health council networking meeting will be held on the 4th Tuesday of each month from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon at Mid-Region Council of Governments (MRCOG), 809 Copper NW.
All health council meetings are open to anyone in the community and involve numerous organizations, educational institutions, government agencies and individuals.
BCCHC is expanding again! We are currently seeking a part-time (30 hours/week) Program Specialist staff position to provide support to Healthy Here, an initiative in partnership with Presbyterian Center for Community Health. Healthy Here: Communities Leading Healthy Change is a collective impact initiative designed to decrease chronic disease in Bernalillo County by increasing access to healthy food, physical activity and clinical/community linkages through changes in policies, systems and environments. (See below for more information.)
Please review the job description available HERE to see if your qualifications match our needs. Then submit your resume with 3 references listed, and a letter of interest that will serve as a writing sample to Marsha at email@example.com. Let us know in the letter your background and why you are interested in this position.
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We all want to be healthy, but that can be hard if the right supports are not in place. For example, it can be difficult to eat healthy when it is too expensive to buy fresh and local fruits and vegetables. They may not be sold in one’s neighborhood, or they are not always available in our schools. It can be difficult to be physically active when places like streets, sidewalks and parks are not easy, safe, and enjoyable to use. And it can be difficult to manage a chronic disease, like diabetes, when you are not connected to a system that helps you to do so.
Healthy Here is an initiative of the Bernalillo County Community Health Council. It is funded in part through the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s REACH (Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health) award, and is managed by Presbyterian Healthcare Services.
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