Nash UNC Health Care is adopting a new method to help with mental health patients in the area. Corey David, Rocky Mount Telegram, April 29, 2015
Come out to the FamilyFest & HCC Open House at the Fitness Interactive Trail on Halifax Community College campus from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Saturday, April 25, 2015. A special presentation of Halifax Community College, the Roanoke Valley Fitness Interactive Trail and the Roanoke Valley Community Health Initiative. The Daily Herald, April 22, 2015
Come join Karen McNeil-Miller, President of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, as she discusses legacy, making a real difference that carries forward for future generations.
Which organizations should we support, and in what way, to achieve a bold, focused vision? What leadership will be required to have real impact for North Carolina residents far into the future? Who will lead this effort?
“Opiates took this place by storm,” Dominique Skae said of her home county of Dare. “If you said you didn’t have a family member affected by it, you’d be lying.” Taylor Sisk, North Carolina Health News, April 20, 2015
Local educators and community leaders gathered Friday for the State of the Child Luncheon, the culmination of the 2015 Week of the Young Child celebration sponsored by the Down East Partnership for Children.
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust is working with community colleges in North Carolina to explore how these institutions can play a role in improving community health and contribute to the goals of the Trust’s Healthy Places NC initiative.
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, in partnership with County Health & Roadmaps, hosted a community health forum to review Edgecombe and Nash counties’ health rankings with local residents, discuss the Healthy Places NC initiative and share creative ideas about how to improve the health and well-being of Twin Counties’ residents. Corey Davis, Rocky Mount Telegram, April 10, 2015
Philanthropy News Digest spoke with Karen McNeil-Miller about Healthy Places North Carolina, a new place-based initiative focused on rural areas of the state. Mitch Nauffts, Philanthropy News Digest, April 7, 2015
This Saturday, community volunteers will roll up their sleeves and pitch in to build a heart-healthy playground for children and adults alike at the McDowell County Health Department on Spaulding Road. A playground build is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. Saturday at 408 Spaulding Road at the local Health Department. The work to build this playground should be done by 5 p.m.
For the past few years, among some of the most frequently used “philanthropy speak” have been the words “place based” and “collective change.” Unlike many buzzwords, though, these terms have meat behind them. Allen Smart, HealthAffairs.org, April 7th, 2015
In Courtroom 3C one day late last month, Forsyth District Judge Camille Banks-Payne was blunt. “That’s not going to fly,” she told a defendant participating in Forsyth County’s mental-health court. Michael Hewlett, Winston-Salem Journal, April 5, 2015
The Roanoke Canal Trail is about to get revamped in select areas, which will promote more use, according to Mike Green, chairman of the Roanoke Canal Commission. Khai Hoang, The Daily Herald, April 5,2015