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Healthy Together Now

 

Healthy Together Now (HTN) is a community led program, regionally coordinated and government supported initiative to help prevent chronic disease in Manitoba.  Communities within Prairie Mountain Health can apply for funds to implement programs that focus on healthy eating, physical activity, mental well-being and tobacco prevention and reduction.

 Intake Dates:  May 1, August 1, November 1 and February 1. 

 

Before You Apply

Are you eligible?   Click here to see provincial funding guidelines

Check out other HTN Projects.   Click here to read about some of the HTN Projects.

 

Apply

HTN Application Guide - Click here

HTN Grant Application - Click here

 

Upon Project Completion

Project Monitoring Form - Click here

 


Contact A Prairie Mountain Health Representative

Pam Chetyrbuk

PMH North

Phone:  204.622.4189 

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Mail:
Prairie Mountain Health
625 - 3rd Stree, SW
Dauphin, MB  R7N 1R7
         

Tara Smith

PMH South

Phone:  204-328-6215

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Mail:

Prairie Mountain Health
Box 428
Rivers, MB  R0K 1X0
         

Nikki Dean

PMH Brandon

Phone:  204-578-2194

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Mail:
Prairie Mountain Health
C5-800 Rosser Ave.
Brandon, MB R7A 6N5

 

How one Community Chose to Use the Benefits of the HTN Program

The Dauphin Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation applied for HTN funding that is managed by PMH. Because of this funding, the West End Community Garden grew and flourished resulting in a rejuvenation of the space and unique partnerships.  Healthy Together Now (HTN) works with their local RHA’s (PMH), local stakeholders, community organizations, schools, municipalities and individuals to identify health promotion and chronic disease prevention activities

Focused on tobacco reduction, healthy eating, physical activity, and mental wellness. Creating partnerships is key. HTN projects are community-led, evidence-informed, integrated, focused, and work towards sustainability.

West End Community Garden from Silver Frame Productions on Vimeo.

 

 

 

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