Christine Panos (left), Sullivan County Division of Health and Family Services Community Health Coordinator, and Janna Walter (right), Sullivan County Public Health Maternal Child Health and CPS Public Health Nurse show off Sullivan 180’s Community Resource Guide.
COMMUNITY RESOURCE GUIDES
PRINTED & DISTRIBUTED IN 2021
Sullivan 180’s Lindsay Wheat, Amanda Langseder and Meaghan Mullally-Gorr join Catholic Charities of Orange Sullivan & Ulster to help with their drive-thru pop-up food pantries.
SULLIVAN COUNTY RESIDENTS SERVED.
Sullivan 180’s Board of Directors Chair, Jay Quaintance, shows off his vaccine card after getting his first shot at Public Health’s COVID-19 Vaccine POD.
SULLIVAN 180 FACE MASKS DISTRIBUTED
SULLIVAN 180 VACCINE CARD HOLDERS DISTRIBUTED.
Sullivan Hands4Health Network was created as part of the HRSA Network Development Planning Grant, being lead by project director, Carol Ryan of Health Promotion Strategies.
SULLIVAN 180 WAS AWARDED THE HRSA NETWORK DEVELOPMENT PLANNING GRANT FOR
Sullivan 180 staff members volunteered at local Sullivan County Public Health COVID-19 Vaccine POD.
HUNDREDS OF HOURS VOLUNTEERED AT
LOCAL SULLIVAN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH COVID-19 VACCINE PODS.
QPR GATEKEEPERS IN SULLIVAN COUNTY BECAME CERTIFIED INSUICIDE PREVENTION.
Sullivan 180 began to offer Suicide Prevention/QPR Gatekeeper Training in early 2021.
The Empowering a Healthier Generation School program held an inaugural Celebration on June 8th, where representatives from each school district presented on their projects and received grant checks.
SULLIVAN COUNTY SCHOOL BUILDINGS INVOLVED IN EMPOWERING A HEALTHIER GENERATION &
HG ADVISORS (one in each school building).
LOCAL RESIDENTS HONORED THEIR LOVED ONES, WITH
LUMINARIES LIT TO REPRESENT EACH LIFE LOST TO COVID-19.
Sullivan 180 held a COVID-19 Vigil at Government Center to honor and remember those we lost.
Community Health Champion, Shanita Artson, leads a neighborhood walking group at Sleepy Hollow in Monticello.
COMMUNITY HEALTH CHAMPIONS TRAINED IN 2021 (55 total).
SULLIVAN CLUB 180s ARE ACTIVE ACROSS SULLIVAN COUNTY.
The Sullivan Fun Club of Liberty attended swimming lessons at Town of Liberty’s Francis A. Hanofee Park.
Sullivan 180 partnered with Sullivan Renaissance to assist Sleepy Hollow Development create a new path for students to safety get to Monticello schools.
COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS CONTRIBUTED TO CREATING THE NEW FOOT PATH FOR MONTICELLO STUDENTS AT SLEEPY HOLLOW DEVELOPMENT.
RECOGNITION OF INTERNATIONAL OVERDOSE AWARENESS DAY.
Sullivan 180, The Kingfisher Project, Sullivan BOCES and Sullivan County Public Health collaborated on the county’s first ever vigil to commemorate International Overdose Awareness Day.
Sullivan 180, Office for the Aging, ATI and Public Health partnered to bring OFA on Wheels! to 8 locations across Sullivan County.
Over 100 Seniors
RECEIVED SERVICES, CONNECTION TO RESOURCES AND PRE-DIABETES SCREENINGS.
Over 200 miles
WERE WALKED/RUN DURING THE SECOND ANNUAL COACH TO 5K, WITH
Over $2,000 raised
TO HELP S.A.L.T.’s FOOD INSECURITY EFFORTS.
Team Hope participated in Coach to 5K, their first virtual 5K and raised over $260.
Sullivan County’s Commissioner of Health & Human Services, John Liddle, presents at Sullivan 180’s October Community Advisory Board Meeting, where the Encouraging Healthy Behaviors Community Challenge was kicked-off.
WE ASKED THE
COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS AND THEIR ORGANIZATIONS TO COMMIT TO
COMMUNITY-LED SOLUTIONS TO ENCOURAGING HEALTHY BEHAVIORS.
WERE AWARDED FOR EHG’S SEMESTER 2/3 GRANTS, TOTALING
Monticello’s KRL and Cooke Elementary school’s EHG semester 2/3 grant projects include having hallways transformed into “sensory pathways” where students can enjoy different physical movements as they move from class to class.
Sullivan 180’s Executive Director, Amanda Langseder, was honored as Senator Mike Martucci’s choice for NY’s Women of Distinction Award.
Amanda Langseder honored
AS ONE OF NYS SENATE’s WOMEN OF DISTINCTION.
Sullivan 180’s Empowering a Healthier Generation HG Advisors had a walking meeting at Sullivan 180’s Walkthru Wednesdays at Peace, Love & Lights.
Over 2,000 miles
WERE WALKED (that’s over four million steps!) DURING WALKTHRU WEDNESDAYS AT PEACE, LOVE & LIGHTS, WITH
IN DONATIONS RAISED AND OVER 160 CHILDREN WERE PROVIDED HOLIDAY GIFTS!