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Grant County Community Health Council
Kendra Milligan Assistant Coordinator of Public Relations -  GCCHC  
Priscilla Lucero Executive Director -
Southwest Council of Governments

The Speak Up, Grant County!
survey is being conducted now through 15 January 2007.

Your input is vital to get the information they need to apply for funding to continue and expand their services to you, the residents of Grant County.

Take a few minutes to visit their website and fill out the survey form on line or print it out to fill in by hand.  It will require about ten minutes of your time and asks for no information that can be traced back to you personally.  But they need your honest and candid input to determine what YOUR needs and priorities are.

From the Grant County Community Health Council website...

Every four years, the Health Council conducts a survey to establish Grant County's health and wellness needs. The community data from the previous helped secure over $18 million in grants for the county over a five-year period. This time the Health Council wants to widen the scope of it's efforts with focus groups throughout the county to establish any vital local issues residents are concerned about. These concerns will be added to the county-wide survey for further input from the community.

Community Enhancement Fund

The Health Council is pleased to announce the Phelps Dodge & Grant County Community Health Council's Community Enhancement Fund is currently accepting proposals. The fund was created with a donation of $100,000 from Phelps Dodge.

The Community Enhancement Fund seeks to bring renowned speakers and trainings to Grant County, allowing the entire community to be enriched by events that focus on the Health Council's five priority areas: economic development, family resiliency, fitness and nutrition, domestic violence and substance abuse.

To read further on the Fund click here. The first awardees are the Restorative Justice Community Center of Grant County and the Volunteer Center of Grant County. Funds are still available!

Click here for the Grant County Community Health Council web site
Click here for
GCCHC Resource Directory 2006
Click here for
The Wellness Coalition
Click here for
Gila Regional Medical Center
Click here for
Grant County Government