Round One Grant phase is now completed.
Criteria and a list of funded communities from Round One is below:
Name of the Community/Local Government
Title of the Project
|Healthy Community Partnerships
|Forum to discuss the future of the HCP including the membership, future direction and structure.
|Alberni Clayoquot Regional District
|Committee of the Whole Community Forum
|Plan, host and facilitate a community forum in order to enhance local government skills, abilities and knowledge related to leadership for action towards building a healthier community.
|Facilitated workshop with youth and community groups to increase the understanding of challenges and opportunities for healthy communities.
|Ashcroft and Merritt
|Local Food for Thriving Communities
|Research and community engagement to develop a comprehensive picture of agriculture and local food access.
|Healthier Communities Partnership Initiative
|Two stakeholder meetings and the development of a Healthier Communities Partnership framework.
|Healthy Community Committee
|Engage stakeholders in order to develop a strategic document that will inform the OCP and Strategic Plan.
|Cariboo Regional District
|Stakeholder Lunch and Community Open House
|4 events to develop partnerships, identify challenges and solutions to improve the health of low income families.
|Central and North Saanich and Sidney
|Healthy Eating and Food Security Forum
|Hosting a forum to discuss issues regarding agriculture, food security and healthy eating.
|Healthy Communities Forums
|Host 3 forums to develop partnerships and action in order to lead on healthy communities.
|Host and facilitate three interagency meetings with community organizations in order to learn from outside speakers and facilitators: identify the service needs of Clearwater; evaluate existing programs and services; coordinate efforts; build relationships and identify priorities for the development of social strategies.
|Columbia Shuswap Regional District
|Moving Forward Together Toward Regional Planning
|Website development, action planning, community and stakeholder presentations, information sharing in order to develop a regional implementation plan for healthy communities.
|Active Travel to School
|Stakeholder engagement for active school travel planning.
|Comox Valley Regional District
|Comox Valley Housing Expo and Planning
|An expo and planning sessions to increase local capacity to meet the housing needs of the community.
|Increasing Healthy Eating & Food Security
|Support education workshops, events, meetings for the CV Food Round Table projects.
|Cowichan Valley Regional District
|Community consultation forums regarding the social determinants of health.
|Support a new organization to negotiate formal land access agreements. Support the maintenance of trails. Support involvement of community partners in project.
|Ehattesaht/Chinehkint First Nation
|Food Security Steering Committee
|Support the development of a food security steering committee and governance/community education events.
|Two visioning workshops with stakeholders and the community to create a Healthy Communities Initiative Action Plan.
|Esdilagh First Nation
|Traditional Healing and Health Workshop
|2 day workshop to introduce traditional First Nation healing and health practices (July).
|Fort St John
|Recreation Program Needs Assessment
|Conduct a needs assessment in order to develop a more comprehensive understanding of the requirements for recreation programming.
|Recreational Facility Planning – Stakeholder Engagement
|Facilitated stakeholder meeting to ensure that planned facilities meet the needs of partners.
|Fraser Valley Regional District
|Our Future Parks
|Four community planning workshop and consultation sessions to improve parks in the region.
|Harrison Hot Springs
|Interviews with stakeholders, lunch and learn workshop with Fraser Health, and stakeholder meetings to strengthen partnerships and develop a healthy communities action plan.
|Hope Community Mobilization Day
|Deliver a community mobilization day to identify priority action areas for leadership regarding healthy communities and support the Healthy Communities Committee.
|Workshops to assist the city in expanding their knowledge and understanding regarding healthy built environments, using local health data to support community planning and understanding the social determinants of health.
|Area D Food Forum
|To organize and deliver a food forum in order to involve partners in the planning for the next phase of NKL Food System Development and Implementation Plan.
|Healthy Community Strategy
|Six dialogues with partners and the development of a draft healthy community strategy.
|Healthy Community Map and Committee
|Develop a healthy communities committee who will map the determinants of health and strengths/weakness of current approach.
|Food System Summit
|Host a food system summit and other community consultation in order to develop understanding within community including members regarding urban agriculture.
|Facilitated learning and activities with leadership, Elders and youth to identify medicinal and food land assets and develop governance policies.
|Middle Years Development Instrument
|Community research regarding social emotional development, connectedness, school experience, physical health and wellbeing of children aged 5-12. Forums to discuss priorities from this research and identify actions t improve health and well-being.
|Four workshops to bring together partner agencies regarding Food Security, Child and Family Health, Housing and Homelessness and Healthy Built Environment.
|Social and Health Network
|Meetings and workshops to update the 2004 Social development Strategy and develop an action plan for health.
|Training in grief and loss to inform local government action.
|Fraser Thompson Facilitated Meeting
|Facilitated meetings with range of service providers to develop common goals, objectives and projects.
|North Okanagan Regional District
|Regional Food System Convention Workshop
|Hosting a Regional Food System Conversation Workshop.
|North Vancouver and West Vancouver
|North Shore Food Hub
|Develop and formalize the North Shore Food Hub.
|Conducting a community-based participatory study regarding transportation choices.
|Okanagan Similkameen Regional District
|Okanagan Similkameen Forum Event
|Hosting a healthy living coalition forum in order to educate partners regarding the history, rationale and vision of Okanagan Similkameen Healthy Living Coalition and to hold a dialogue to address questions and explore options with potential partners regarding their role in the forum.
|Okanagan Similkameen Healthy Living Coalition Action Plans & Events
|Engaging more partners in the Okanagan Similkameen Healthy Living Coalition. Develop healthy living action plans. 2 regional planning forums, local community capacity building workshops, development of community snapshots and gap analysis.
|Community Health Snapshot
|Healthy Living Coalition Forum (Fall 2013) and community snapshot
|A consultant to facilitate 3 meetings each of the economic committee, environmental committee, and the social committee and one integration committee meeting and a follow-up community outreach activity.
|Healthy Community Initiative
|Facilitated meetings between the health authority and internal stakeholders and educational workshops to identify current and future projects and how they fit within the context of the Healthy Community Initiative.
|Youth Focus Committee
|Training to build the capacity of the youth staff in local government, followed by youth consultation regarding opportunities and barrier to physical activity and recreation.
|Regional District of Nanaimo
|Host 3 healthy communities capacity building workshops for the entire Regional District.
|Healthy Communities Snapshot
|Work with community partners and stakeholders to develop a community snapshot tool and identify areas and priorities for action.
|Food Security Community Workshop
|Community workshop to identify food security issues, goals and opportunities.
|Saikuz First Nation
|Health and Wellness Strategy Forum
|2-day health and wellness strategy forum featuring guest speakers.
|Scowlitz First Nation
|Scowlitz Sport and Recreation Forum
|Forum to share success and develop sports and recreation in the area.
|Healthy Community Dialogue
|2 Healthy Communities Dialogues to provide an overview of the concepts of healthy communities, identify priorities and explore potential activities.
|Squamish-Lillooet Regional District
|Recreation and Activity Forums
|2 community event forums to discuss recreation and activity.
|Sumas First Nation
|Workshops and Planning Sessions
|Three workshops to develop a common understanding and a planning retreat to develop strategic priorities for healthy communities.
|Sunshine Coast Regional District
|Food Policy Forum
|Organization and delivery of a food policy forum.
|Bridgeview Community Connections
|Community engagement event in order to build social capital and obtain information regarding built environment, active transportation, leisure and recreation activities, intercultural events.
|T’it’q’et First Nation
|Best Practice Visits and Needs Discussion
|Chief and Council will visit other communities that are examples of good practice. They will use this learning to inform a facilitated discussion regarding the health needs of the community and potential partnerships.
|Workshop on Accessibility Assessments
|Workshop for staff on how to conduct assessments of accessibility for government and commercial buildings.
|Skeetchestn, Tk’emlups te Secwepemc and Whispering Pines
|Secwépemc health caucus meeting
|Host a two day meeting of the Secwépemc health caucus to discuss mental wellness and substance misuse.
|Tzeachten First Nation
|Staff Fitness and Lunch and Learns
|Healthy Living program for employees including exercise classes lunch and learns, etc.
|A Healthy City for All
|Convening a Healthy City For All Leadership Table, including a launch event and 2 subsequent meetings.
|Host seven workshops to identify the barriers for the community regarding active transportation.
|Community Action Plan
|Three half-day workshops to learn, map key planning documents, prioritize and discuss collaboration opportunities.
|Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ First Nation
|Community engagement sessions, workshops and forums that will identify community needs and priorities to achieve our goal of creating a healthy and sustainable community.
Please see information below about criteria and guidelines, eligible expenses and the application process from Round One of the grants.
For more information about the Healthy Communities Capacity Building Grants for Local Governments, please contact Krissi Spinoza at 250 952 9177.