Community Input Sessions

Healthy North Carolina 2030

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8 sessions across the state

Join us to help shape North Carolina’s priorities for healthy communities!

As a component of the Healthy North Carolina 2030 project, the NCIOM staff will travel to 8 counties across North Carolina to solicit community input on a select list of population health indicators.

Register by following the links below or by calling (919) 445-6156.

Eastern locations

Choose the meeting that works best for you!

Health ENC


Eastern AHEC

Greenville, NC

February 27, 2019 12:45-3:15pm

*Please indicate that you are attending the HNC 2030 meeting

Vance County


Perry Memorial Library

Henderson, NC

March 5th, 2019     5:00-7:30pm

Robeson County


UNC Pembroke

Pembroke, NC

March 6th, 2019     12:00-2:30pm

Onslow County


Coastal Carolina Community College

Jacksonville, NC

March 19th, 2019     12:00-2:30pm

Western locations

Choose the meeting that works best for you!

Mecklenburg County

 


Goodwill Opportunity Campus

Charlotte, NC

April 3rd, 2019           11:30am-2:00pm

Guilford County


Guilford Technical Community College

Greensboro, NC

April 3rd, 2019        5:00-7:30pm

Swain County


Cherokee Indian Hospital

Cherokee, NC

April 9th, 2019        8:00-10:00am

McDowell County


Marion Senior Center

Marion, NC

April 9th, 2019         1:30-4:00pm

Join us to help shape North Carolina’s priorities for healthy communities!

Purpose

  • Review potential health indicators and prioritize those that resonate with the most pressing health priorities of each community
  • Incorporate the perspectives and experiences of community members and leaders in business, health, faith, education, and the public sector
  • Build awareness of North Carolina's health improvement plan process and its impact on efforts to align community goals to leverage resources

Logistics

  • All community members from these counties, as well as surrounding counties, are invited to participate in these sessions.
  • You may attend more than one meeting. Please register for each meeting you plan to attend.
  • The meetings will last two and a half hours and will include a review of potential health indicators and a prioritization process for each of the four health factor focus areas (Health Behavior, Social and Economic Factors, Clinical Care, and Physical Environment).
  • We would like all meetings to be accessible for those who need Spanish language interpretation, ASL services and any other accessibility services. To help ensure availability, please indicate service needs when you register for the meeting.

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