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  • GetHealthyHeights.org Help Guide

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on January 08, 2015

    This is a help guide to join, edit your profile, create a partner organization and post content to GetHealthyHeights.org.


    Get Healthy Heights Help Guide

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  • Heights Picture of the Week- Aug. 14

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on August 14, 2017

    During the summer months food poisoning peaks as warmer temperatures cause germs to grow more quickly on food.

    If you are going to be grilling this summer season, follow these simple steps from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to be safe and avoid the risk of illness.

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  • What Do You Need to Know About Skin Cancer?

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on August 14, 2017

    Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. Being exposed to ultraviolet (UV) rays, which are an invisible kind of radiation that comes from the sun, tanning beds, and sunlamps causes most cases of skin cancer.

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  • Summer Cooking: Protect Against Foodborne Illnesses

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on August 14, 2017

    Food poisoning is very common in summer months because warmer temperatures can cause germs to grow more quickly on food.

    Follow these simple steps from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to be safe and avoid getting sick:

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  • Get Healthy Heights Community Network Survey

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on August 03, 2017
    •Data collected in 2016 using a web-based survey
    28 health-related non-profit organizations with a physical location within 10032, 10033, 10034, and 10040.
    •Executive Director or equivalent/designee asked to complete survey and answer from the perspective of their organization
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  • The George Washington Bridge Bus Station

    Posted By CCPH

    The George Washington Bridge Bus Station is located on a two-block site in the Washington Heights area of upper Manhattan. The station, which features a direct link to the upper level of the George Washington Bridge, is between 178th and 179th streets and Fort Washington and Wadsworth avenues.

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  • Washington Heights Workforce1 Career Center

    Posted By CCPH

    You can access our services at our Workforce1 Career Centers located throughout New York City’s five boroughs. Before visiting us in-person, take a moment to learn about what we have to offer by exploring our job postings, recruitment events, and workshops to help you land the job. Then register for services at one of our center.

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  • Community Center of Immigrants

    Posted By CCPH

    Community Center of Immigrants is expanding their work as a volunteer-run food pantry by planting a community garden that will offer fresh vegetables to the community of 3,000 families they serve each month.

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  • Herbert G. Birch Services, INC.

    Posted By CCPH

    Birch Family Services is a team of more than 3,000 teachers, therapists, social workers, psychologists, nurses, residence counselors, administrators, board members, and family members working together:

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  • School-Based Mental Health Program: Eliminating Barriers to Academic Achievement

    Posted By CCPH

    The overall mission of the School Mental Health (SMH) program is to promote healthy social, emotional, and behavioral development of students. Barriers to learning must be addressed so that the general well-being of students, families and school staff can be enhanced in collaboration with other comprehensive student support and services.

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