Health

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Health

United Way of Central Alabama works towards a healthier community through strong partnerships with dedicated organizations. United Way is involved in on-the-ground programs to fight childhood obesity and  health initiatives supported with funding from Federal, State and Foundation sources.

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United Way is helping promote healthy lifestyles for Central Alabama by supporting health-focused agencies and programs as well as collaborations and partnerships, such as the Health Action Partnerships of Jefferson and Walker Counties and Safe Routes to School. These ongoing efforts address issues such as childhood obesity, access to healthy foods and safe areas for exercise in our community.

 

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United Way helps provide ongoing services for people living with HIV/AIDs. In addition to supporting agencies in Central Alabama, United Way partners with AIDs clinics across Alabama to assist 10,000 people living with HIV/AIDs each year. For the statewide initiative, United Way receives funding from the Ryan White Program administered by the Alabama Department of Public Health and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).

 

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United Way is committed to partnering to build healthy communities in Central Alabama. We are doing this by  supporting agencies and programs who  meet various health needs throughout the region.  Through our Healthy Communities initiative United Way is using collaborations and partnerships, such as the Health Action Partnerships of Jefferson and Walker Counties and Safe Routes to School, to build healthy communities and promote healthy lifestyles.

Bold_Goals_Logo  Bold Goals

The Health Workgroup of the Bold Goals Coalition of Central Alabama is leading discussions and refining strategies to develop an overarching goal of improving health outcomes in five Central Alabama counties. Our work is to look for alignments that will allow us to drive community change “further faster” by developing coordinated strategies for implementing articulated goals.

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