Community Programs

2017 The Year of Healthy Communities

The 2017 Year of Healthy Communities is a mutually-beneficial collaborative year starting with the notion that building individual and collective momentum can enable everyone involved to reach a higher level of success.

Produce On Wheels-Without Waste (P.O.W.W.O.W.)

produce-without-waste
2017 Summer Schedule (Metro Phoenix)

 

The Double Up AZ program doubles the value of SNAP and food stamps benefits used at farmers markets and grocery stores across the Valley, helping people bring home more healthy fruits and vegetables while supporting local farmers.

Double Up AZ is implemented with support from Fair Food Network, Arizona Nutrition Network, Vitalyst Health Foundation, United Food Bank, and Mercy Care Plan.

Keogh understands that Health is more important than health insurance. In 2016, we began to identify and train qualified Community Health Workers/Promotores de Salud to link health care providers and patients, identify available social services, and teach healthy living and disease management. Community Health Workers are not just an extension of core clinical services; they are key to providing effective primary care and supporting our goals.

Water safety matters all year long!
Please watch your kids around water!
For safety tips in English and Spanish,
click on the image below.

Car Seat Safety!
Asientos de Seguridad par los Niños

+ Live Well AZ

2017 The Year of Healthy Communities

The 2017 Year of Healthy Communities is a mutually-beneficial collaborative year starting with the notion that building individual and collective momentum can enable everyone involved to reach a higher level of success.

+ Food Programs

Produce On Wheels-Without Waste (P.O.W.W.O.W.)

produce-without-waste
2017 Summer Schedule (Metro Phoenix)

 

The Double Up AZ program doubles the value of SNAP and food stamps benefits used at farmers markets and grocery stores across the Valley, helping people bring home more healthy fruits and vegetables while supporting local farmers.

Double Up AZ is implemented with support from Fair Food Network, Arizona Nutrition Network, Vitalyst Health Foundation, United Food Bank, and Mercy Care Plan.

+ Community Heath Workers (CHW’s)

Keogh understands that Health is more important than health insurance. In 2016, we began to identify and train qualified Community Health Workers/Promotores de Salud to link health care providers and patients, identify available social services, and teach healthy living and disease management. Community Health Workers are not just an extension of core clinical services; they are key to providing effective primary care and supporting our goals.

+ Safety Programs

Water safety matters all year long!
Please watch your kids around water!
For safety tips in English and Spanish,
click on the image below.

Car Seat Safety!
Asientos de Seguridad par los Niños