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

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WELCOME TO HEALTHIER SOMERSET

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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HEALTHIER SOMERSET COALITION

MONTHLY MEETING


The Steeplechase Cancer Center

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset

Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at 8:00 a.m.


2015 Monthly Meeting Dates


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Membership in Healthier Somerset is open to all who share our mission to improve the health and well-being of everyone who lives and works in Somerset County, New Jersey. Our members represent thousands of Somerset County residents, businesses, schools, nonprofit organizations, health care providers, government, and faith-based organizations.


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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 the health and well-being of all who live and work in Somerset County, New Jersey.


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