Thanks to all who turned came to the June 26th meeting for our Health Improvement Alliance of St. Joseph County education session on Health First Indiana/SB4. About 90 people turned out to learn about the advantages of this new legislation.

We were so lucky to have, as our speakers, Chris Karam, president, St. Joseph Health System; Kreg Gruber, chief executive officer, Beacon Health System; Rose Meissner, president, Community Foundation of SJC,  and Trina Robinson, President of the South Bend NAACP. They unanimously endorsed opting in to the new funds Health First Indiana will bring to public health initiatives. Our thanks to all of them

Here is a link to the slides that were shared at the meeting.

Here is a summary of the meeting.

Good NEWS!

Our community has “opted in” into the funding!!

About Health First Indiana
The state of Indiana is investing in Public Health with the goal: To ensure every Hoosier has access to the core public health services that allow them to achieve their optimal health and wellbeing.

St. Joseph County has an opportunity to receive significant public health funding, building upon collaboration with community partners and local leaders.

Health First Indiana seeks to improve the state’s standing in health outcomes. Currently, Indiana is 40 in the overall public health ranking. Among Indiana’s 92 counties, St. Joseph County is 48th in overall health measurements.

Interested in learning more?

Indiana Resources 

Governor’s Public Health Commission / Health First Indiana

Governor’s Public Health Commission – Current State of Public Health in Indiana 

Indiana Funding Map

St. Joseph County Resources

St. Joseph County Information

St. Joseph County Funding Sheet

 

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