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

Calling All Three Year Olds is a pre-school assessment program for children entering kindergarten. HPPH collaborates with local school boards and early childhood programs to offer this service.

Coalition for Huron Injury Prevention (CHIP)

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

Contact CHIP for more information on:

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

Huron County Cycling Strategy

HPPH, in partnership with Huron County, supports the Huron County Cycling Strategy, a strategy to improve cycling safety and enjoyment in Huron County.

Huron Domestic Assault Review Team

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.

Huron Youth Justice Committee

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.

Kids First

Huron Perth Public Health works with Kids First Huron Perth to provide resources to assist service providers with "No Wrong Door" early identification and intervention support for children ages 0 to 6.

Lived Experience Expert Panel

The Lived Experience Expert Panel (LEEP) is a volunteer panel for Huron and Perth residents who have current or past involvement with systems such as: the welfare system, court system (family, civil, criminal, youth), child welfare, healthcare (mental health, addictions, disability), immigration, the Indian Act, and other systems that can regulate someone's life to a great degree.

Poverty to Prosperity (P2P)

Poverty to Prosperity in Huron is a collaborative and action-based group that brings people together from across sectors to improve the lives of individuals living in poverty. The group undertakes participatory research, advocacy, education and awareness activities and community development projects.

United Way/ Social Research and Planning Council

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