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Community Partnerships

Huron Perth Public Health (HPPH) partners with a variety of organizations to provide programming and services to our community. Learn about some of our key community partnerships.

Calling All Three Year Olds is a collaboration with local school boards, early childhood and speech and language services, and the health unit.

CHIP is a community-based partnership working to prevent injuries and deaths on our roads. We are working to make our roads safer and prevent tragedies. CHIP's initiatives include:

  • Electronic Speed Sign Trailer
  • Safe Driving for Seniors
  • Distracted Driving
  • Drug Impaired Driving
  • Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety
  • Quad Safety

Email CHIP for more information on:

  • Sponsorship and donations
  • Using our interactive teaching tools or electronic speed sign
  • Presentations
  • Print materials

HPPH participates in the Coordinated Access Senior Leadership Group, which is developing a community-wide, coordinated response to homelessness in Stratford, Perth County and St. Marys.

HPPH informs the health equity work of the Huron Perth & Area Ontario Health Team (HPA-OHT) through membership on the Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism Working Group.

HPPH is a partner of Huron Domestic Assault Review Team (Huron DART). DART is a cross-sector committee working together to improve community response to victims of domestic and sexual violence.

HPPH participates in the work of ending homelessness through membership on the Huron Housing and Homelessness Steering Committee and the Coordinated Access Team in Huron County.

The Youth Justice Committee of Huron County oversees the development and implementation of alternatives to the court-based system to handle low risk offences committed by young persons. In recent years, the Committee's scope has been expanded to promote and address youth issues that are relevant to Huron County.

Huron Perth Public Health works with Kids First Huron Perth to provide resources to assist service providers with early identification and intervention support for children ages 0 to 6.

HPPH supports the Perth County Food Security Coalition to build organizational and community capacity to create sustainable local food systems and achieve community food security.

HPPH provides leadership to Poverty to Prosperity in Huron Perth, a collaborative and action-based group that brings people and organizations together from across sectors to end poverty.

HPPH is a partner of the Stop Violence Against Women Coordinating Committee of Perth County, a coalition of diverse community service agencies in Perth County who are committed to education about, awareness of, and prevention of violence against women.

HPPH works with United Way Perth Huron and the Social Research and Planning Council on a variety of reports and programs.

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