Northern Health hands out IMAGINE grants

Northern Health will provide 15 groups in the Northeast with funding to improve the health and wellbeing of those living in our region.

The 2011 IMAGINE grants came from various Northern Health programs including NH’s Healthy Eating, Active Living (HEAL) program, Heal for Your Heart, Injury Prevention, RoadHealth and Healthy Minds, Healthy Youth.

Approximately $120,000 was handed out to the following groups and programs.:
*The Sukunka Group – Moberly Lakeside Chefs (HEAL)

Dawson Creek
*Dawson Creek Literacy Society – Health Matters (HEAL for Your HEART)
*South Peace Community Resources Society – Good Grub (HEAL for Your HEART)
*South Peace Community Arts Council – Circus North Workshop 2011 (Healthy Minds, Healthy Youth)

Fort Nelson
*Fort Nelson Community Literacy Society – Health! Its Up To You (HEAL for Your HEART)
*Fort Nelson Family Development Society – Community Garden Enhancement (HEAL)
*Fort Nelson Public Library – Healthy Minds, Healthy Youth (Healthy Minds, Healthy Youth)

Fort St John
*City of Fort St John – Official Community Plan – Revision – Food Security (HEAL)
*Fort St John Women’s Resource Society – Community Garden (HEAL)
*North East Native Advancing Society – Open Mic (Healthy Minds, Healthy Youth)
*City of Fort St. John – Helmet Safety Awareness (Injury Prevention)

*District of Taylor – Physical Fitness Program for the Community (HEAL for Your Heart)
*Taylor Elementary School Parent Advisory Council – Walk to Breakfast (HEAL for Your Heart)

Tumbler Ridge
*Tumbler Ridge Community Garden & Composting Society – Community Garden Gazebo (HEAL)
*Mayor’s Task Force on Seniors’ Needs – Blood Pressure Awareness & Education (HEAL for Your Heart)
The following RoadHealth Grants were also awarded across Northern BC:
*British Columbia Conservation Foundation Wildlife Collision Prevention Program – Wildlife Collision Prevention Program Public Awareness Campaign (Road Health)
*Prince George Brain Injured Group – Ride-Safe:  Bikes, Boards & Vehicles (Road Health)
*Prince George Safe Attitudes and Actions Society – P.A.R.T.Y. Program – P.A.R.T.Y. Prevent Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma in Youth (Road Health)
*University of Northern British Columbia – Using Northern Health Buses to Identify Wildlife Car Collision Hotspots (Road Health)
*Royal Canadian Mounted Police  –  North District Traffic Services – Rollover Simulator Project – North District Rollover Simulator (Road Health)

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