9/4/2020: South Shore Community Partners in Prevention Now Offering two Behavioral Health Grants

SSCPP Health Literacy Award

SSCPP seeks to acknowledge the outstanding contributions made by a local individual or organization in the area of Health Literacy. As part of its Health Literacy Initiative, SSCPP has engaged with partners in the community to advance our goal of improving health outcomes through improvements in health literacy amongst consumers and providers. Many of our local partners are doing great work towards this goal as part of advancing their own missions.

We are seeking nominations to help us identify community members/
organizations who are helping to improve health communications and removing barriers to health and who have had success in any of the following areas:

1. development of a new program, services or supports to improve the health literacy of individuals in the SSCPP catchment area, as described below;

2. increased awareness of the concepts of health literacy in the region;

3. engaged the healthcare industry in the health literacy movement, especially local agencies and institutions;

4. motivated health care providers/professionals to explore health literacy and their role in improving it;

5. provided outstanding support to the SSCPP in achieving the goals of its South Shore Health Literacy Initiative;

6. engaged special and vulnerable populations as partners in enhancing health communications.

Please click here to download nomination form. Nominations can be e-mailed to chna23@gmail.com.

 

 

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2019 Press Releases

South Shore Community Partners in Prevention Funds Two Behavioral Health Grants

SSCPP Announces Behavioral Health Grant

2018 Press Releases

Old Colony Memorial Article: SSCPP helping communications with developmentally challenged persons

SSCPP Announces Behavioral Health Grant

SOUTH SHORE COMMUNITY PARTNERS IN PREVENTION RECOGNIZES HEALTH LITERACY LEADERS

SOUTH SHORE COMMUNITY PARTNERS IN PREVENTION GRANTS $16,450 TO THREE LOCAL COMMUNITY INITIATIVES

2017 Press Releases

SSCPP Accepting Nominations for Health Literacy Award

SSCPP Increases Funding for Grants