Healthy Living Mini-Grant
The Healthy Living Mini-grant started in 2012 to support organizations in our community to make lasting health changes. Austin Public Health awards mini-grants of up to $2,500 for community projects every year. We have updated this grant to encourage people to continue to create programs and complete projects in new and innovative ways. Virtual services and programs that foster healthy living are being used more now than ever.
Faith Community Healthy Partnership
The Faith Community Partnership provides an expert guide to connect you to resources and help you develop ways to positively impact health. No matter if you have a robust health ministry or nothing at all, we will assist you in achieving your Faith Community health goals- big or small.
500 Cities: Local data for Austin
The 500 Cities Project collects data on a census tract-level basis on health measures related to chronic disease risk factors, health outcomes, and clinical preventive services for Austin, TX. Austin Public Health has created an interactive web application that displays the 500 Cities data for Austin as well as additional demographic and community asset data. Click here to view the application.
Central Texas Diabetes Coalition
The Central Texas Diabetes Coalition is a grassroots organization with a diverse membership. Participation is open to all organizations and individuals with an interest in diabetes prevention and control. For more information about the Coalition, contact Stephanie Helfman, at 512-972-5222, or email [email protected]