Coatesville On the Move
Vision: Coatesville community residents will establish and maintain healthy lifestyles which will lead to improved health outcomes.
Mission: To collaboratively create a supportive environment in our community that seeks to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health of its residents through coordination of existing community resources.
For additional information contact Kathryn Spurlock at email@example.com, or call Coatesville Center for Community Health at 610-383-4612.
Create a consistent message of health throughout our community.
a. Develop an overall “brand” for healthy lifestyles that reflects the interrelationship of physical, mental and spiritual health
b. Develop, communicate, and maintain a consistent message of healthy lifestyles using the established brand in an ongoing public relations campaign
c. Establish a website calendar of health related community events and link to a network of provider websites
Educate the community on how mental and spiritual health affects physical health and overall well-being.
a. Develop inclusive community events highlighting physical, mental and spiritual health and their inter-relationships
b. Develop collaboratives among physical & mental health, and faith-communities to advance a holistic personal health advocacy initiative
Educate residents about chronic disease prevention and management.
a. Develop chronic disease focused community events
b. Encourage preventative health screening initiatives to help residents “Know their Numbers”
Encourage and educate our community residents to Move More and Eat Smart.
a. Maintain a community-wide walking program
b. Develop health educational opportunities about smart food choices
c. Encourage and promote health education events
Advocate for a physical environment and policies that encourage healthy lifestyles.
a. Advocate for a Farmer’s Market in Coatesville
b. Support expansion of the Community Gardens initiative
c. Work with community food and meal programs to encourage healthy foodstuffs, meals and other nutritional programs
d. Advocate for walking paths at local parks including distance markers and health messages