The Health and Human Services Division of the Fall River Department of Community Services administers a number of grant-funded programs that address a number of health issues targeted by Healthy City Fall River. Click on the titles below to learn more about what each of these programs is doing to make Fall River a healthier place to live and work.

Mass In Motion Program
Julianne Kelly, Coordinator

Urban Parks Advocacy Meeting
Staircase Gallery
Mass In Motion Press Event
Tobacco Treatment Coalition
Southcoast Worksite Health

Get Healthy Get Hipp
Government Center Wellness
Salsa Dancing
Government Center Health Check
Mileage Club Awards
Remember Your Heart
Municipal Employee Wellness Fair
Firefighter Cardiovascular Screening
Employee Benefits Fair
Tobacco Control Program
Marilyn Edge, Coordinator

Southcoast Patch Give-Away
BOLD Good Neighbor Awards
BOLD NA Presentation
Store Owner Paraphernalia Training
Paraphernalia Training for Parents
Tobacco Restriction Signage
Tobacco Control Program

Youth Development Programs
Christian McCloskey, Coordinator
2009 Youth Civic Engagement
2009 Peace Walk
2009 Youth of the Year Award
Youth Leadership Development
MLK Remembered
Youth Forum Training
2008 Youth Summit
Youth Bill of Rights Meeting
Youth Bill of Rights Ceremony
Youth VOICE Peace Flag
National Night Out
Neighborhood Block Parties
Mayor's Youth Summit

MassCALL2 Opioid Overdose Prevention Program
Michael Aguiar, Coordinator
Power 2 Save Lives Coalition
Narcan Training
MassCALL2 Planning Session

MassCALL2 Strategic Planning



Healthy City Fall River is a collaboration between the Fall River Health and Human Services Department and Partners for a Healthier Community, Inc., the local Community Health Network Area (CHNA) organized by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) to establish a working partnership between DPH and area residents to improve the health status of all those who live or work in the CHNA. Partners for a Healthier Community, Inc., supported in part by DPH linkage funds.

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