Center for Healthy Communities

Health Promotion Program Award

Since 1997, the Center for Healthy Communities has invited the community to submit nominations for its Annual Health Promotion Program Award.

The award recognizes community-based health promotion programs that serve the citizens of the greater Dayton area. To be eligible for the award, programs must have been developed and implemented by two or more organizations and involve the collaboration of two or more groups/organizations. The Center recognizes programs in two categories: new programs and established programs.

Contact Carla Lachecki at carla.lachecki@wright.edu or (937) 258-5554 for more information.

Past Community Health Promotion Program Award Winners

Year Award Type Program
2014 Established Program Shoes 4 the Shoeless
2014 Established Program Promise Your Baby – Life Resource Center
2013 Established Program GetUp! Montgomery County — Public Health Dayton & Montgomery County
2012 New Program Five Rivers Health Centers
2012 Established Program Montgomery County Care
2011 New Program Women’s Action Advocacy Network (WAAN)
2010 Established Program African American Wellness Walk
2010 New Program Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention Program (ASBI): Public Health — Dayton Montgomery County, Montgomery County Office of Family and Children First, Montgomery County Board of Developmental Disability Services, Help Me Grow/Brighter Futures
2009 Established Program Opening Doors for the Homeless (DOORS) — PLACES, Inc., Samaritan Homeless Clinic, Center for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services, The Other Place, EastCo, Salvation Army, Booth House
2009 New Program Employer Wellness Bottom Line Booster — CompuNet Clinical Laboratories, McGohan-Brabender, Shumsky, Inc., United HealthCare, Monica A. Cengia
2008 Established Program Introduction to Clinical Medicine Experience — Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine and Dayton Public Schools
2008 New Program Diabetes and Obesity Wellness Opportunity Program (DO-WOP) — Cassano Health Center, the Grandview Foundation, Dayton Contemporary Dance Company 2, West YMCA, and partners
2007 Established Program Miami Valley/Dayton Consortium #4
2007 New Program Walk! Downtown Dayton
2006 Established Program Healthfest — Cancer Prevention Institute and the Life Enrichment Center
2006 New Program Feeding the Children — Community Action Partnership and partners
2005 Established Program Healthy Dayton Coalition
2004 Established Program Brighter Futures
2004 New Program AIDS Resource Center Ohio and Health Care Interventions
2003 Established Program Good Neighbor Partnership — Miami Valley Hospital and the City of Dayton Police Department
2003 New Program Project Well Being: Safe Schools/Healthy Students — South Community Behavioral Healthcare and Dayton Public Schools
2002 Established Program Les Femmes Concerned Citizens for Cancer/National Black Leadership Initiative Coalition on Cancer (LFCCC/NBLIC)
2002 New Program Boost America! Program — Ford Motor Company, United Way of the Greater Dayton Area, AAA Miami Valley, The Injury Prevention Center of Dayton, and the Wright Fitting Station
2001 Established Program CARE House
2001 New Program Northridge Community Partnership
2000 Established Program Healthcheck and the Mobile Health Unit at Dayton Public Schools
2000 New Program Wright Start to Health
1999 Established Program Reach Out of Montgomery County
1999 New Program Welcome Home
1998 Established Program Kiss Your Child Immunization Program
1998 New Program The Dream Shop
1997 First Annual Project IMPACT-Dayton, Inc. received the First Annual CHC Health Promotion Award at the Center for Healthy Communities' Annual Meeting on June 5, 1997. Charlotte McGuire, Executive Director of the organization, accepted the award.

 

Last edited on 02/18/2015.