Making a Healthy Environment for a Healthy Community
The Cayuga County Community Health Network, Inc. (CCCHN) is a consortium of community, health and human service leaders and providers who serve the residents of Cayuga County. CCCHN strives to improve the overall health of Cayuga County residents by:
- Assessing community health care needs and address strategies to reduce gaps in health care services.
- Implementing activities to improve access to health care services.
- Developing relationships with local, state, and federal government agencies to improve funding opportunities to meet health care needs.
- Providing health and wellness programs to reduce barriers within Cayuga County.
Bike To School Day
May 9, 2018
Cayuga Community Health Network joined other community partners to help the Cayuga County Health Department encourage children to bike (or scooter, or skate...) to school safely.
City eyes walkability with expert
Read more about the walk audit our nonprofit hosted with the help of Arise and HealtheConnections to learn more about how the City of Auburn can encourage walking and biking as a sustainable form of transportation.
Inspiring Lasting Change with Cheryl Martin
Cheryl Martin shared techniques of Motivational Interviewing to stakeholders who work toward behavior change among clients, and received an amazing response.
Clearing out the Garage? Donate your Bikes to our Nonprofit
Our nonprofit is collecting used bikes to repair and sell this June for our second annual ReBike used bike sale. Public donation of bikes will take place from noon to 5 pm Friday, June 8, at Casey Park. We're also looking for volunteers to help us repair or sort through these bikes. If interested, call (315) 252-4212 and ask for Amy, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The actual sale will be June 9, at Casey Park.
Change your life to Prevent Diabetes
CCCHN is launching another workshop of the National Diabetes Prevention Program this fall. For those who are prediabetic - that is, people who have an A1c of 5.7-6.4 or who have risk factors for diabetes - this program will teach you skills to delay or prevent type 2 diabetes.
We've partnered with Giving Assistant to allow people to support our nonprofit while they shop online.
We've moved! Our new offices are located at 2119 W. Genesee Street Road, Auburn.