Grant County Community Health Council
Pictures are from the Hachita Health Fair (2011), Local Collaborative 6 (2011), Earth Day (2012), Plan for Packs (2011), and the Prostate Support Group (2010).
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The Grant County Community Health Council is committed to enhancing the quality of life in Grant County, New Mexico.
Join the Community Calendar! The famous Anne McCormick's Community Calendar is now administered by the Health Council. The bi-weekly email lists the diverse and dynamic happenings in Grant County and is received by about 1000 people. Join by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or send us your events to share with the community for FREE!
Red Hot Children's Fiesta: Saturday, September 21 @ 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. in WNMU's Old James Stadium (N. Kentucky, between 12th St. & College Ave.). Join us for out-of-this-world fun. Prizes for every kid. Solar viewing. FREE!
New Members! Gus Benakis (Silver Schools) and Judy O'Loughlin (Agriculture & Ranching) were appointed by the Board of Grant County Commissioners.
New! Great Places to Walk in Grant County-18 great trails to visit in the area, including trails listed by 4-fitness levels, descriptions of trail conditions, and if the trails are stroller or handicap accessible, or dogs allowed.
THE MISSION of the Health Council is to enhance the quality of your mood naturally and of life in Grant County, New Mexico, through assessment of needs, planning and prioritizing, and coordinating of efforts to meet those needs.
THE VISION of the Health Council is to attain measurable and sustainable improvement of health for all community members. We envision a diverse, active and competent Health Council that serves as a catalyst and resource for improving quality of life in Grant County.
THE PHILOSOPHY of the Health Council is based on a wellness model that encompasses physical, mental, spiritual, emotional, cultural, economic and community well being. Through continuous evaluation, we seek positive development, and efficiency of the Council and our efforts. By serving as a coordination rather than a direct service organization we seek maximum impact and success.
By sponsoring working groups and core teams dedicated to achieving the goals of the Strategic Plan, the Health Council uses its energy to meet issues head on. The working groups focus on measurable and sustainable improvement of health status for all community members. The core teams address cross cutting issues: community safety, behavioral health, economic development, fitness and nutrition, and resilient families.
The GCCHC has set these Top Priorities for 2012:
• Address community safety to lower the rate of unintentional injuries in the county.
Explore our web site and learn more about the Health Council, the Life Cycle, the working groups, the community action teams, and Grant County!
The Grant County Resource Directories are now ONLINE. Try it out and find out where you can get help! From support groups to car seats, you can find it in the Resource Directory.
214 N. Black St.
Silver City, NM 88061
Last updated: August 5, 2013
All material contained within is copyrighted 2013
by the Grant County Community Health Council,
except where otherwise stated.
A partnership between:
Gila Regional Medical Center
The New Mexico Department of Health, Community Health Improvement