From its inception, Sullivan 180 was created to work in collaboration.

any organizations and individuals throughout the county were consulted as Sullivan 180’s organizers designed its structure and purpose. There are many initiatives, programs and activities throughout Sullivan County focused on improving community health. Sullivan 180 works closely with its community partners to make sure our efforts are not duplicative but rather add value to these initiatives. Sullivan 180 seeks resources and grants to support health and wellness needs throughout the County.

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From its inception, Sullivan 180 was created to work in collaboration.

any organizations and individuals throughout the county were consulted as Sullivan 180’s organizers designed its structure and purpose. There are many initiatives, programs and activities throughout Sullivan County focused on improving community health. Sullivan 180 works closely with its community partners to make sure our efforts are not duplicative but rather add value to these initiatives. Sullivan 180 seeks resources and grants to support health and wellness needs throughout the County.

View the Community Resource Guide – 2022

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Sullivan County Resources

Practitioners and Health Care Organizations for MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) who treat Pregnant & Breastfeeding Women
Download the List of MAT Providers
A Town by Town Listing of Food Pantries In Sullivan County:
Download the Food Pantry Guide
COVID-19 Vaccine Education: Cut through the misinformation and get to the facts.
Get the Facts on Vaccines!

Sullivan County Resources

Practitioners and Health Care Organizations for MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) who treat Pregnant & Breastfeeding Women
Download the List of MAT Providers
A Town by Town Listing of Food Pantries In Sullivan County:
Download the Food Pantry Guide
COVID-19 Vaccine Education: Cut through the misinformation and get to the facts.
Get the Facts on Vaccines!

very three years, the New York State Department of Health requires Local Health Departments and hospitals to submit Community Health Assessments, Community Service Plans, and Community Health Improvement Plans. These assessments and plans are meant to meet several requirements from state public health law and the Affordable Care Act.

In recent years, the New York State Department of Health has encouraged local hospitals and health departments to collaborate in the creation of these documents in order to better serve their communities.

Sullivan 180 has proudly collaborated with Garnet Health and other local agencies and organizations on the Mid-Hudson Regional Community Health Assessment (2019-2021) and the Sullivan County Health Improvement Plan (2019-2021).

Mid-Hudson Regional Community Health Assessment (2019-2021)
Sullivan County Health Improvement Plan (2019-2021)

very three years, the New York State Department of Health requires Local Health Departments and hospitals to submit Community Health Assessments, Community Service Plans, and Community Health Improvement Plans. These assessments and plans are meant to meet several requirements from state public health law and the Affordable Care Act.

In recent years, the New York State Department of Health has encouraged local hospitals and health departments to collaborate in the creation of these documents in order to better serve their communities.

Sullivan 180 has proudly collaborated with Garnet Health and other local agencies and organizations on the Mid-Hudson Regional Community Health Assessment (2019-2021) and the Sullivan County Health Improvement Plan (2019-2021).

Mid-Hudson Regional Community Health Assessment (2019-2021)
Sullivan County Health Improvement Plan (2019-2021)

ABSTRACT

Between late 2021 and in the first quarter of 2022, Sullivan County residents , many struggling, shared their stories with us.

Martin Colavito and Carol Ryan
Published May, 2022 Funded by the Federal Office for Rural Health Policy (FORHP)

Sullivan Hands 4 Health Network Disparities Report (2021-2022)

Martin Colavito and Carol Ryan
Published May, 2022 Funded by the Federal Office for Rural Health Policy (FORHP)

ABSTRACT

Between late 2021 and in the first quarter of 2022, Sullivan County residents , many struggling, shared their stories with us.

Sullivan Hands 4 Health Network Disparities Report (2021-2022)

GETTING PLENTY OF POTASSIUM

Do you take in enough potassium for your health? You need this mineral to build proteins and muscles. It is also an electrolyte your body needs for many key functions. A lack of potassium can cause you to feel weak and tired. It can also lead to muscle cramps. Low levels can also affect your blood pressure and heart rhythm.

The good news is that many tasty foods are high in potassium. Here are some of the best choices:

Bananas
White or sweet potatoes (with the skins)
Lima or navy beans
Tomatoes
Salmon and halibut
Acorn squash and pumpkin

Too much potassium can be a problem for people who take certain drugs or have health issues, like kidney disease. If that’s the case for you, talk with your doctor about how much potassium is best for you.

To learn more about nutrition, check out the online classes under the Health Resources tab on Healthyroads.com today.

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    Liberty, NY 12754