SULLIVAN 180 PROGRAM:

Community Health Champions

SULLIVAN 180 is training a cadre of local Community Health Champion (CHC) volunteers to serve as healthy living champions and coaches for friends, neighbors and colleagues ready to improve their health.

CHCs receive online training and certification through Talance in four core areas, including health education and health coaching techniques, and are familiar with local resources. They work on areas such as; smoking cessation, improved diet and exercise regimes or stress reduction in their own neighborhoods, churches, worksites, and civic organizations. CHCs offer peer health education, tips and motivation for those who want to take proactive steps in improving their health and lives, and assist in various volunteer projects.

This innovative model is a way to help people adopt healthier behaviors that are meaningful and sustainable.

SULLIVAN 180 PROGRAM:

Community Health Champions

SULLIVAN 180 is training a cadre of local Community Health Champion (CHC) volunteers to serve as healthy living champions and coaches for friends, neighbors and colleagues ready to improve their health.

CHCs receive online training and certification through Talance in four core areas, including health education and health coaching techniques, and are familiar with local resources. They work on areas such as; smoking cessation, improved diet and exercise regimes or stress reduction in their own neighborhoods, churches, worksites, and civic organizations. CHCs offer peer health education, tips and motivation for those who want to take proactive steps in improving their health and lives, and assist in various volunteer projects.

This innovative model is a way to help people adopt healthier behaviors that are meaningful and sustainable.

SULLIVAN 180 PROGRAM:

Community Health Champions

SULLIVAN 180 is training a cadre of local Community Health Champion (CHC) volunteers to serve as healthy living champions and coaches for friends, neighbors and colleagues ready to improve their health.

CHCs receive online training and certification through Talance in four core areas, including health education and health coaching techniques, and are familiar with local resources. They work on areas such as; smoking cessation, improved diet and exercise regimes or stress reduction in their own neighborhoods, churches, worksites, and civic organizations. CHCs offer peer health education, tips and motivation for those who want to take proactive steps in improving their health and lives, and assist in various volunteer projects.

This innovative model is a way to help people adopt healthier behaviors that are meaningful and sustainable.

Current Community Health Champions:

Shanita Artson – Monticello
Kiin D’ Astri – Monticello
Debbie Bertholf – Loch Sheldrake
Ava Bridges – Callicoon Center
Maura Caycho – SUNY Sullivan
Roberta Chambers – Monticello
Brittany Davis – Fallsburg SCD
Amanda Dirig – Swan Lake
Dawn D’Auria – Frost Valley YMCA
Karen Ellsweig – Forestburgh
Natalie Golonka – Callicoon Center
Christina Haff – Youngsville
Margaret Helthaler – Grahamsville
Pamela Jones – SUNY Sullivan
Lori Karadontes – Bethel
Sam Kovalyov – Livingston Manor
Wendy Notice – Monticello
Adele Novick –Woodridge
Carol Park – Roscoe
Luisa Parker – Callicoon
Kelsey Riley – Woodbourne
Jessi-Ann Rosenbaum – Monticello
Jenny Sanchez – Sullivan 180
Angelee Santillo – Hurleyville
Veronica Sarrano – Fallsburg
Tialisa Whipple – Woodbourne
Mike Weddle – Monticello

A Few Benefits of Becoming a Community Health Champion:

  • Learn New Skills
  • Access Certified Training For Free
  • Help Improve Community Health
  • Access Resources to Shared Health & Wellness Information
  • Foster a Sense of Purpose
  • Meet and Network with Other Volunteers
  • Receive Recognition from Local Dignitaries
We are recruiting a new class of Sullivan 180 Community Health Champions. No experience is necessary and we will provide the online training at no cost.

Please reach out and join the movement!

Email us at info@sullivan180.org
or call our Director of Health and Wellness:
Meaghan Mullally-Gorr (845) 295-2680

Current Community Health Champions:

Shanita Artson – Monticello
Kiin D’ Astri – Monticello
Debbie Bertholf – Loch Sheldrake
Ava Bridges – Callicoon Center
Maura Caycho – SUNY Sullivan
Roberta Chambers – Monticello
Brittany Davis – Fallsburg SCD
Amanda Dirig – Swan Lake
Dawn D’Auria – Frost Valley YMCA
Karen Ellsweig – Forestburgh
Natalie Golonka – Callicoon Center
Christina Haff – Youngsville
Margaret Helthaler – Grahamsville
Pamela Jones – SUNY Sullivan
Lori Karadontes – Bethel
Sam Kovalyov – Livingston Manor
Wendy Notice – Monticello
Adele Novick –Woodridge
Carol Park – Roscoe
Luisa Parker – Callicoon
Kelsey Riley – Woodbourne
Jessi-Ann Rosenbaum – Monticello
Jenny Sanchez – Sullivan 180
Angelee Santillo – Hurleyville
Veronica Sarrano – Fallsburg
Tialisa Whipple – Woodbourne
Mike Weddle – Monticello

A Few Benefits of Becoming a Community Health Champion:

  • Learn New Skills
  • Access Certified Training For Free
  • Help Improve Community Health
  • Access Resources to Shared Health & Wellness Information
  • Foster a Sense of Purpose
  • Meet and Network with Other Volunteers
  • Receive Recognition from Local Dignitaries
We are recruiting a new class of Sullivan 180 Community Health Champions. No experience is necessary and we will provide the online training at no cost.

Please reach out and join the movement!

Email us at info@sullivan180.org
or call our Director of Health and Wellness:
Meaghan Mullally-Gorr (845) 295-2680
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Please reach out!

845.295.2680

info@sullivan180.org

P.O. Box 311 Liberty, NY 12754