H.E.A.T. CAB

Taking action to improve lived experiences, to build trust, and to develop a mutual understanding between residents and the institutions or organizations that provide services.
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ABOUT THE

H.E.A.T. CAB

The Health Equity Action Transformation Community Advisory Board (HEAT CAB) was formed with the intention of activating the recently released Health Equity Action Transformation (HEAT) Report to provide a recognized platform for community to voice opinions and concerns about important decision-making processes that directly affect their life and well-being. The purpose of the HEAT CAB is to take action to improve lived experiences, to build trust, and to develop a mutual understanding between residents and the institutions or organizations that provide, or are seeking to provide services to the community.


ABOUT THE

STUDENT CAB

The Health Equity Action Transformation Community Advisory Board (HEAT CAB) was formed with the intention of activating the recently released Health Equity Action Transformation (HEAT) Report to provide a recognized platform for community to voice opinions and concerns about important decision-making processes that directly affect their life and well-being. The purpose of the HEAT CAB is to take action to improve lived experiences, to build trust, and to develop a mutual understanding between residents and the institutions or organizations that provide, or are seeking to provide services to the community.

POINT OF CONTACT: H.E.A.T. CAB
Ricardo Ortiz20200513140914

Ricardo Ortiz

Community Health Specialist
CHC of Wyandotte County
Donna Young20180630121556

Donna Young

Executive Director
CHC of Wyandotte County
PROJECT DETAILS: H.E.A.T. CAB

Year Launched:

The H.E.A.T. CAB Campaign was first released in Winter of 2016

Outreach Mediums Utliized

Print, Video, Social Media, Outreach Events

H.E.A.T. CAB'S SUPPORTING PARTNERS

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The mission of the Community Health Council of Wyandotte County is to enhance health outcomes in Wyandotte County through informing, collaborating, aligning, mobilizing and activating organizations, government entities and community members.

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