Community engagement equips residents with the tools they need to advocate for healthy, affordable food and safer parks and public spaces in which to be physically active. In addition to shaping a neighborhood’s future, community engagement ensures that improvements are sustained over the long term. As part of its Building Healthy Communities priority area, NYSHealth is supporting a wide range of projects to advance community engagement efforts. Learn more about our work in this area:
Community Solutions International, Inc.
Brownsville Community Engagement
NYC Bike Share LLC
Engaging Communities in Bike Share as a Pathway to Better Health
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (d.b.a. Niagara University)
Niagara Falls Local Food Action Plan
Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Community Health Fellowship Program
Create a Healthier Niagara Falls Collaborative
- Community Currency Training
- Development of a Strategic Communications Plan
- Niagara Falls Resident Leadership Program: Urban Alchemy Training
- Design and Implementation of the Niagara Falls Resident Leadership Program
Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center
Healthy Neighborhood Community Mapping Project
In Our Backyards, Inc.
Bringing Neighborhood Projects to Life
Claybridge Health Education Fund
The Skin You’re In: Using Film to Empower the Residents of Brownsville
Near Westside Initiative, Inc.
Near Westside Community Engagement
University of Chicago
Technical Assistance and Capacity Building to Advance Health and Vitality via Collective Social Impact in New York