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.

Breastfeeding Talk at Play Space - Oct. 2017

Cayuga Community Health Network partnered with Play Space to host a breastfeeding talk in October 2017.

Walk To School Day

October 4, 2017

Cayuga Community Health Network joined other community partners to help the Cayuga County Health Department encourage children to walk to school safely. Read more about the day in the article here. 


Learning how to use technology

We’re offering three opportunities for people to learn how to use smart phones, tablets and other mobile devices to track healthy eating and physical activity. Studies have shown that using apps that assist with tracking eating and exercise can help people achieve a healthy lifestyle. These workshops will start with the basics, such as what apps you can use, where to find them, how to use them and more.

Eating well during the holidays

CCCHN is bringing back a nutritionist to speak to people about ways to eat better on Dec. 18, just in time for the holidays. 

We've partnered with Giving Assistant to allow people to support our nonprofit while they shop online.

Use Giving Assistant to save money and support Cayuga County Community Health Network Inc.

We've moved! Our new offices are located at 2119 W. Genesee Street Road, Auburn.

Our sign for our new offices went up in February.

Our sign for our new offices went up in February.