Faith and Community Health Summit this fall in Atlanta

Whether you have a successful health ministry or community health program or want to start one, this Summit has something for you! 

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is hosting a Tri-Regional Faith and Community Health Summit in October 2013. This event will gather thousands of faith and community leaders from 17 states to summit locations in Atlanta(Oct 3-5), Dallas(Oct 24-26), and Kansas City, (Oct 24-26) for one purpose, “Building Healthier Communities through Education, Empowerment, and Engagement.”  

Participants will have the opportunity to develop one-year action plans to improve their personal health, the health of their organizations and communities, and the well-being of future generations. They will also join a network of organizations who will share best practices, successes, and lessons learned.

The Regional Council of Churches of Atlanta and  C.H.I.P., the mental health coalition of which we are a part, are working on this summit and presenting there.

The Atlanta location is St. Philip A.M.E. Church, 240 Candler Roadm Atlanta, GA 30317

To be notified when registration is open or to lend your voice to our planning efforts, please send an email to sharon.ricks@hhs.gov

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