Neighborhood Health Workgroup – Fund for Public Health

Neighborhood Health Workgroup

The Neighborhood Health Workgroup consists of eight nonprofit organizations that are working to advance Take Care New York 2020 in under-resourced neighborhoods across the city. In 2016, the NYC PHIP selected these partners to mobilize their communities around neighborhood-specific health equity goals. Each partner gathered extensive input from diverse community members, researched local assets and opportunities for change, and developed a strategy to improve neighborhood health. The NYC Health Department worked with Hester Street Collaborative to support the partners’ capacity for conducting the process in an inclusive and impactful way.

 

The NYC PHIP continues to support these partners in 2017-2018 as they organize, pilot, and evaluate their neighborhood health strategies. The NYC Health Department regularly convenes the partners for peer learning activities, and engages experts in various fields to offer training and assistance to the partners on topics such as program development, evaluation, and sustainability planning.

Members

  • Northwest Bronx Community & Clergy Coalition
  • Washington Heights CORNER Project
  • Public Health Solutions
  • Rockaway Waterfront Alliance
  • NYU Lutheran Family Health Centers Sunset Park
  • Jewish Community Center of Greater Coney Island
  • Project Hospitality
  • Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness

2018 Meeting Dates

  • March 22, 2018
  • June 21, 2018
  • September 25, 2018
  • December 6, 2018

Contacts

Vidushi Jain, MPH

Community Engagement Coordinator

Office of First Deputy Commissioner

NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Vjain1@health.nyc.gov

 

Alison Frazzini, MPH, RDN

Community Health Manager

Office of First Deputy Commissioner

NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

AFrazzini@health.nyc.gov