||Forming partnerships and networks that establish healthy choices as the standard in our community
||The Olympic Peninsula Healthy Community Coalition (OPHCC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in Clallam County, WA made up of some 40 different partners from the government, non-profit, education, health care and business sectors. The Coalition is a collaborative effort to decrease chronic disease rates in Clallam County, particularly amongst our kids and seniors.
We're doing that through the 5-2-1-0 project first developed in Portland, Maine and now being used in 34 states nationwide. This simple message, strive to: eat 5 fruits and vegetables every day, limit yourself to 2 hours or less of recreational screen time, get 1 hour of physical activity daily and drink 0 sugar-sweetened beverages, has to date been shared with over 25,000 in our communities and there is much more on our website to help integrate this at home, school or your business.
|Partnerships & Affiliations
||Boys & Girls Club of the Olympic Peninsula, Clallam County, Clallam WSU Extension, Concerned Citizens, DSHS, EDC,
Lower Elwha Health Department, Molina Health Care of Washington, North Olympic Healthcare Network (NOHN), North Olympic Land Trust (NOLT), OlyCap, Olympic Medical Center, Olympic View Community Foundation, Parenting Matters Foundation, Peninsula Behavioral Health, Peninsula Food Coalition, Port Angeles Food Bank, Port Angeles School District, PUD, Sequim Farmers Market, Sequim Food Bank, Sequim Free Clinic, Sequim School District, Sequim's Little Explorers,
Texas A & M Health Science Center, United Way of Clallam County, VIMO, Olympic Peninsula Nonprofit Alliance