Healthy Peninsula has been privileged to serve our nine-town area through projects that promote healthy lifestyles and healthy aging. Though they are no longer functioning in their original guise, the data we've collected and the experience we've gain show up over and over again in our current programming. Explore our past endeavors below.
Thriving in Place Downeast (TiPD)
In 2014, a planning grant from MeHAF allowed Healthy Peninsula and their partners to "listen" to over 80 patients and caregivers to find out what they needed to remain in their communities as long as possible.
Partnerships to Improve Community Health
In August 2016, Healthy Peninsula was invited to join the Eastern Maine Healthcare System's "Partnerships to Improve Community Health," a program of the national Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
In 2017, thanks to a generous grant from the Virginia Wellington Cabot Foundation, Healthy Peninsula has been able to award mini-grants to support six different projects in our communities.