Working collaboratively to improve  the HEALTH and WELL-BEING of all who LIVE and WORK in Somerset County, New Jersey.

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We are a diverse coalition of residents, businesses, schools, non-profit organizations, healthcare providers, government, and faith-based organizations.  The health of Somerset County residents has a direct bearing upon our physical, emotional, and economic well-being.  As a community, we embrace an agenda that identifies our greatest health needs and sets forth an action plan to address these needs.

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SATURDAY,

OCTOBER 18, 2014

FAR HILLS, NEW JERSEY









The 94th running of this timeless tradition, featuring the finest steeplechase thoroughbreds in the world. The beneficiary is Somerset Health Care Foundation, a nonprofit organization that solicits and administers funds on behalf of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset.  


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Somerset County named second healthiest county in New Jersey more

Somerset County Caregivers: We Need Your Help.
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October 2014 is Healthier Somerset month.  We invite all in Somerset County  to join in raising awareness of good health practices.  more

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NJ Adults with Chronic Conditions Can Access Better Choices, Better Health™


Now through October 31, 150 slots remain in FREE on-line program.  New Jersey residents with persistent health conditions can enroll for free in an on-line chronic disease self-management program that has proven effective in minimizing symptoms and helping participants take control of their health.

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Healthier Families

OUR GOALS

ENGAGE Somerset County in active participation in good health habits.


INCREASE ACCESS to choices that promote health lifestyles.


PROMOTE policy changes that improve all who live and work in Somerset County.


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Healthier Communities

Download the 2012-2015 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)

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Free On-Line Program -- Chronic Conditions

WELLNESS TIP


Eating three small meals and two or three snacks a day helps increase your metabolism and keeps you feeling full so you don’t overeat.