CCE Ulster's Healthy Communities Program provides education and support, along with policy, systems and environmental change within the community to enable residents of Ulster County to strengthen families and achieve healthier lifestyles. We envision a community where physical activity opportunities are safe, accessible, and commonplace and where healthy food is readily available for all. The Healthy Communities Program covers a wide array of programming including nutrition, parenting, climate change, health, and community action.
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CCE Ulster offers free and low-cost educational programs as well as resources on preservation, safety, assistance, and more!
The RAPP program is for caregivers who are raising the child of a family member or friend. Support groups, trainings, youth programs and community events are available.
Climate change, together with other natural and human-made health stressors, influences human health and disease in numerous ways.
The CCE Climate Resilience Partnership is a combination of research, demonstration, and educational outreach projects to address the challenges of climate change.
Helping homeowners, small businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and multifamily building owners cut energy waste, save money, and live or work more comfortably.
Healthy Communities Issue Leader
845-340-3990 ext. 342
Last updated May 17, 2023