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Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Syndicate. Minus Related Pages. In Orange County, California, the REACH program increased access to smoke free environments for more thanAsian American residents by increasing the number of commercial shopping plazas with voluntary smoke free policies. Partners in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, developed the Produce Prescription Program for Hypertension to connect residents in need to healthy eating information and resources. Over low-income patients with high blood pressure have better access to nutrition education and affordable produce.
The Toiyabe Indian Health Project increased the availability of healthy foods for over 3, American Indians in seven tribes and two tribal communities by increasing healthy food production in community gardens.
These decreases, ranging from 2. Reductions in obesity : The prevalence of obesity decreased in REACH US communities, but not in comparison populations, producing a net effect of 1 percentage point per year for 14 disadvantaged black communities. Increased fruit and vegetable consumption : In REACH communities that focused on heart disease or diabetes, the percentage of adults who reported eating 5 or more fruits and vegetables daily increased 3.
Improved healthy behaviors : The prevalence of taking hypertensive medication, changing eating habits, cutting down on salt, and reducing alcohol use significantly increased among Hispanics with self-reported hypertension in six REACH communities. The Greater Lawrence Family Health Center, located in the Merrimack Valley of Massachusetts, engaged local Latino communities across New England through community-based systems of care and education to eliminate health disparities related to cardiovascular disease and other chronic diseases and conditions.
These efforts have improved cholesterol levels for Latino patients such that During the same period, pneumonia vaccination rates increased from Addressing several chronic health conditions including diabetes, cardiovascular health, asthma, cancer, and obesity, innovative programs meet local health needs and demonstrate positive impact.
To receive email updates about this topic, enter your email address. Email Address.First published in Yankee in under the title " Do the Dead Sing? Stella Flanders, the oldest resident of Goat Island, has just celebrated her 95th birthday. She has never crossed the reach, the body of water that separates the Island from the mainland, in her entire life.
She tells her great-grandchildren when they ask, "I never saw any reason to go. Her visions start with her dead husband inviting her to "come across to the mainland. As her impending death draws near, Stella encounters more apparitions of the dead of Goat Island, and she makes peace with the knowledge that it is her time to go. Dressed in her warmest clothes, plus her son's long johns and hat, Stella heads across the frozen reach toward the mainland.
As she starts her trek, it starts to snow - the blowing wind, along with the snow, makes it difficult for her to find her way and she becomes afraid of being lost in the storm. Along her walk, she meets up with the woman who was her best friend, Annabelle, as well as several others. When the wind whips the hat off of her head, her late husband, Bill, appears and gives her his hat.
She is surrounded by her friends and family and they sing to her as she crosses over from this life.
Stella Flanders is found, dead, sitting up right on a rock on the mainland. Her son, Alden, recognizes his father's hat. He comes to believe that the dead sing and that they love those still living.
Stephen King's inspiration for "The Reach" came about from the story his brother-in-law, Tommy, told him while in the Coast Guard. The real-life alter-ego of Stella Flanders lived and died on a small Maine Island, never setting foot on the mainland. She remained on a small stretch of land with a community so close, they were more like family. She had everything she needed on this island and had no need to cross the Reach until the day she died.
Being intrigued by the idea of the Reach, and flabbergasted with Flanders' counterpart, King came up with the idea for this short story. When it was published in Skeleton CrewKing changed it back to the original title.REACH regularly collects and shares vital information on the impact of the spread of the coronavirus and its effect on affected populations. Regular updates, key findings and contact information. The Humanitarian Response Plan in Afghanistan was updated this year to include a renewed focus on the situation in informal settlements, the needs of the long-displaced populations within them, and the extent to which they are included in humanitarian and development caseloads.
However, the needs, demographics, and current living conditions of these often-overlooked populations are not well understood. We call on the Security Council of the United Nations to create a reporting, monitoring and investigation mechanism that — while preserving humanitarian space — would make attacks against humanitarians a systematic trigger for action aimed at enhancing judicial cooperation so as to bring perpetrators to justice and deterring future attacks.
Ongoing Past. View Country List. Latest News View All. View All.More than 4, people slept outside in the greater Seattle area last night. One in five people living outside has a serious mental illness, and one in five uses drugs and alcohol.
Our work begins by forging trust between our clients and our team members. These relationships are the key to our work. Living outside results from a variety of factors ranging from unlucky circumstance to systemic discrimination based on class, race, substance use, or mental health. It may take time for people to be ready for services like shelter, mental health care, or substance use disorder treatment, so we meet people where they are and work with them to meet the goals that they define.
Our interdisciplinary team is made up of case managers, social workers, chemical dependency specialists, nurses, and other compassionate staff who are devoted to our clients. All People Deserve Dignity More than 4, people slept outside in the greater Seattle area last night. Forging Trust. Fostering Change.An Interview with Professor Philip Freelon about \
What We Do Our work begins by forging trust between our clients and our team members. Our Team Our interdisciplinary team is made up of case managers, social workers, chemical dependency specialists, nurses, and other compassionate staff who are devoted to our clients.
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REACH conducts its work through community involvement, stakeholder engagement, and inter-agency collaboration. We aim to:. REACH is a backbone agency, which means that in order to sustain long-term systemic change that has collective impact, we do the following:.
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Guides a community safety vision and strategy together with stakeholders. Makes sure everybody is on the same page working towards the same vision. Gets the public on board with supporting the greater vision through engagement.
Advances policy that will result in wide-spread change. Mobilizes funding for initiatives through different application processes. Measures the effectiveness of the work of our collaborations. SuiteBaker Centre - St. Phone: MENU Expand.
Find and fill any service gaps in the current system.
Engage citizens in developing solutions. Mobilizing Change Framework.Each year, more thanpeople die from rheumatic heart disease RHD. The burden is greatest in the most productive years of life for those who can least afford it. The absolute burden of disease, the social effect, economic cost and the abject inequality of RHD demand urgent global action.
Almost exclusively, the people who die of RHD live in low- and middle-income countries or in vulnerable communities in high-income countries. Their deaths are preventable with medical knowledge and antibiotics which have existed for more than half a century.
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In high resource settings socioeconomic and medical determinants have functionally eradicated RHD. Yet preventing, diagnosing and treating RF and RHD remains a fitful struggle in low resource settings.
Death and disability from RHD continues to extract an enormous social, economic and cultural toll on young adults and their communities. Reach provides technical support and policy translation to amplify rheumatic heart disease control efforts locally, regionally and globally. As an organisation we aim to identify, describe and disseminate solutions for this neglected disease and to reduce the burden on vulnerable populations around the world.
As a collaborative organization, we partner with a broad range of stakeholders — including clinicians, other disease communities, academics, donors, governments, industry and people living with RHD — to achieve our common goals. Sophie brings extensive experience working with governments and development partners on public health program implementation and evaluation, and provision of technical support.
David holds an international appointment as a research associate at the University of Cape Town. He recently completed his Masters of Public Health in Global Health focusing on health metrics and evaluation through the University of Washington.
Lisa Telford is a Cape Town based member of the Reach team. Prior to her involvement in RHD, Lisa had previously worked on a retrospective cohort… Read more Liz Kennedy Senior Technical Advisor Suva, Fiji Liz has over 18 years of experience managing and advising public health programmes and extensive international field experience in development and advocacy, operational research and evaluation.
Liz has worked with a range of international and local government organisations in Asia and Africa and since has managed RHD prevention and control programs in the Pacific region. Her professional contributions extend across a range of development sectors including maternal and… Read more Salvatore Messina Partnerships Manager Washington D. C Salvatore is a development professional with over four years experience in donor acquisition, prospect research, donor relations and stewardship.
Breadcrumb Home About. Reach Team. Jeremiah Mwangi Executive Director Geneva. Read more. Prior to her involvement in RHD, Lisa had previously worked on a retrospective cohort…. Liz has over 18 years of experience managing and advising public health programmes and extensive international field experience in development and advocacy, operational research and evaluation.
Her professional contributions extend across a range of development sectors including maternal and….