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Healthy Communities Workshops - April Series

posted Apr 8, 2012, 10:52 AM by Urban Planning Coalition SJSU
Share your ideas about making Santa Clara County a healthier place to live. Physical, social and economic factors all determine the well-being of a community. How can we make our communities healthier?Come to the Healthy Communities Workshops, hosted by the County Planning and Public Health Departments, to help create the County’s General Plan Health Element. 

Workshop Locations
(Same agenda at all 3)

Morgan Hill
Thursday, April 12, 6:00 - 8:30pm
Morgan Hill Community Center
(Hiram Morgan Hill Room)
17000 Monterey Rd, Morgan Hill, CA

Thursday, April 26, 6:00-8:30pm
Quinlan Community Center 
(Cupertino Room)
10185 N. Stelling Rd, Cupertino, CA

San Jose
Monday, April, 30, 6:00 - 8:30pm
Sobrato Center for Non-Profits 
(Cupertino Rooms A and B)
1400 Parkmoor Ave, San Jose, CA

Refreshments will be provided

Cost: FREE
Web address containing more event information: www.HealthySantaClaraCounty.org
Contact person (either UPC board member or person advertised as event contact): info@healthysantaclaracounty.org
Register online: https://www.facebook.com/HealthySantaClaraCounty

We want to create a vision for the future. Your voice is important.
Community members who live or work in any of the cities or unincorporated areas of Santa Clara County are invited to attend. Adults, youth, businesses, community groups, and institutional representatives are all encouraged to participate!
The workshop will be bilingual in English and Spanish. Vietnamese translation will be provided upon request.

Share your ideas about:
* Public safety
* Healthy foods
* Mental health
* Safe streets
* Walking and bicycling
* Health care facilities
* Environmental quality
* Parks and recreation
* Smoking 
* Obesity
* Healthy housing
* And more…

For more info, visit www.HealthySantaClaraCounty.org. For questions or to request translation services, contact info@healthysantaclaracounty.org or (408) 658-8722. 
This project is made possible, in part, with funding from the Health Trust and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.