Best and Promising Practices

Learning what our quality of life challenges are in Central Indiana is important, but many will want to seek out ways to improve or change things within their communities. This resource from the Healthy Communities Institute lets you search by keyword for ways other communities across the nation have improved. When you see one you like, click the arrow next to it and you’ll get the whole shebang.

Search by Keywords:

 TitleImplementation DateHCI RatingOrganizationSource
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Chatham County Jail Health Information Exchange2017Good IdeaChatham County Safety Net Planning Council 
TelePsych2017Good IdeaBaylor Scott & White HealthIris Telehealth
Youth Suicide Public Service Announcement (PSA)2016Good IdeaCommunity Memorial Foundationhttp://www.crisistextline.org/
The Living Room of the Community Health Center of LaGrange2016Effective Practice  
Community Outreach Addictions Team2016Good IdeaWicomico County Health Department 
Dining with Dignity2016Effective PracticeEpiscopal Community Services 
Chronic Disease Self-Managment Education in a Recreation Setting2016Good IdeaKansas Health Matters, Derby Recreation Commission, Derby Health CollaborativeStandford Univeristy's Chronic Disease Self-Management Program and Diabetes Self-Managment Program
Free Community Colorectal Screening2016Good IdeaTammy Walker Cancer Center 
Step It Up: Taking Steps to Healthy Success2015Effective PracticeChild Care Aware of Kansas 
The Perfect 10 Project2015Effective PracticeNeosho County Health Department 
Teen Advocates for a Healthy KCK2015Good IdeaYoung Women on the Move 
Wheels that Care2015Good IdeaShepherd's Center of Kansas City Central 
Southwest Indiana Project AWARE2015Effective PracticeDeaconess Health/Deaconess Cross Pointe and St. Mary’s Health 
The Living Room2015Effective PracticeNational Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) DuPage County 
SNAP 2 It!2014Good IdeaSt. Louis Farmers Market Association and Old North St. Louis Restoration GroupWholesome Wave Foundation

Source: Conduent Healthy Communities Corporation