|Record #: MCA0237||Last Modified: 12 Sep 2018||Last Full Update: 25 Jul 2018|
|Located Within||Annapolis County|
|Where To Find Us||
Soldiers Memorial Hospital
462 Main St
Middleton, NS B0S 1P0
|Areas Served||Annapolis County|
|Phone||902-825-6160 ext 1762357|
|Contact||Lisa Garand, CHB Coordinator|
|Description & Services|
|Information||The focus of our board is to work on issues in our Community Health Plan from a Population Health approach, which means addressing the Social Determinants of Health.
We need volunteers!
Without volunteers from our community we cannot continue to fulfill our legislated role and provide funding to community groups/organizations to work on health initiatives.
Benefits of volunteering include:
- Learning new skills and meeting new people
- Learning about multiple health-related topics
- Having a role in health promotion in your community
- Having a voice in allocating Wellness Initiative Funds to community groups
Our other work includes:
The Community Health Boards (CHB) of Nova Scotia, through the Wellness Funds, support non-profit groups in developing healthy communities.
Wellness Funds support projects addressing local community health plan priorities and the social determinants of health, such as income, education, social supports, early childhood development, etc.
Funds are provided by Department of Health and Wellness.
For further information on Wellness Fund criteria and to find application forms, please click here.
Active Kids/Healthy Kids Annapolis County
An initiative to provide funding to groups/organizations who are working to get kids more active in our communities.
We are working in partnership with the Municipality of Annapolis County, Town of Middleton Recreation Department, Town of Bridgetown, Family Matters Resource Center and the Department of Health and Wellness-Physical Activity Sport and Recreation.
Check with your local recreation department for more information/application.
|Meetings||Our meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month early evening and locations vary.
The public is welcome to attend.
Please contact the CHB Coordinator to confirm the meeting location.
|Tags||Annapolis Valley Connect ; Community Organizations ; Funding programs ; Health ; NS Trail Guide ; Recreation Categories ; Volunteer Opportunity|
|Categories||Health Related Advocacy Groups ; Recreation Related Expense Assistance ; Volunteer Opportunities|