The Chicago Partnership for Health Promotion
Established in 2002, the Chicago Partnership for Health Promotion (CPHP) mission is to provide high quality nutrition education, health promotion and disease prevention services though partnerships, directed at eligible families in Chicago. More
Community School Health Centers
OCEAN-HP Division of Community Health School Health Centers provide primary healthcare, acute and chronic illness management, nutrition, weight reduction, obesity prevention, and health education services to students and families of community schools. OCEAN-HP Community School Health Centers are separately managed, federally funded satellites of UIC Mile Square Health Center. More
Healthy City Collaborative
The Healthy City Collaborative (HCC) is a multidisciplinary workgroup that engages university researchers, external partners and community leadership in conversations and research to benefit the Health of Chicago. The HCC research agenda is derived from the broadest definition of health, which acknowledges interrelationships among individual, social, environmental, political and economic contributors to the health of the city. In coordination with its partners, the HCC develops and promotes a responsive, mutually accepted research agenda.
Illinois HeartRescue Program
SCA is among the leading killers of Americans, claiming an estimated 350,000 people each year. More people die of sudden cardiac arrest than breast, lung, colon, and prostate cancer combined. More than 90 percent of people who experience SCA die, representing a national survival rate that has not significantly changed in more than 30 years. When you witness a SCA, the actions you take in the first few minutes could make a lifetime of difference before an ambulance arrives. Together, we can save more lives. Learn how you can help.
The Office of Faith Community Health Promotion
The Office of Faith Community Health Promotion (OFCHP) is a project of the UIC Office of Community Engagement And Neighborhood Health Partnerships that seeks to establish mutually supportive relationships with Chicago’s Faith Community places of worship from all faith traditions. More
The University of Illinois Survey On Neighborhood Health
In response to the Affordable Care Act’s requirement for a Community Health Needs Assessment, the Population Health Sciences Program in collaboration with UI Health System Marketing, the Survey Research Lab and the School of Public Health, has developed The UNiversity of Illinois Survey On Neighborhood Health (UNISON Health), a community health needs assessment of Primary Service Area served by the UI Health System.