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Florida Senators Gayle Harrell and Darryl Rouson Visit First-in-Florida Rural

Florida Senators Gayle Harrell and Darryl Rouson Visit First-in-Florida Rural "Open Table" Poverty Transformation Initiative in the Glades

Senators learn how Glades faith community and local government are partnering to support people experiencing poverty acheive the lives they envision for themselves and their children.    West Palm Beach, FL – Florida Senators Gayle Harrell, District 25, and Darryl Rouson, District 19, recently

Healthier Together's Achievements Recognized

Healthier Together's Achievements Recognized

  All six Healthier Together communities were awarded by the School District of Palm Beach County’s Wellness Promotion Taskforce on May 17, 2018. Healthier Together project directors and executive directors received plaques that recognized their continuing excellence in creating lasting,

Healthier Together Impact Reports

Healthier Together Impact Reports

The Healthier Together communities have been hard at work over the past year advancing better health in their respective neighborhoods. Each community has published an impact report to share the work being done across Palm Beach County in the areas of behavioral health, diabetes and family

Palm Healthcare Foundation, Inc. Launches Healthier Glades $1million Investment Tackles Behavioral Health

Palm Healthcare Foundation, Inc. Launches Healthier Glades $1million Investment Tackles Behavioral Health

June 1, 2018- West Palm Beach, FL – Palm Healthcare Foundation, Inc., Palm Beach County’s  community foundation for health is expanding its community-driven, place-based funding approach, Healthier Together. The Healthier Glades initiative will receive a total of 1 million dollars over the next

Healthier Glades gets a $1 million investment deal

Healthier Glades gets a $1 million investment deal

The foundation behind the Healthier Together initiative and host of the Healthier Together Community Leadership Conference in West Palm Beach is providing a funding source for behavioral health. The Healthier Glades initiative will receive $1 million over the next five years from Palm Healthcare