Consortium for Infant and Child Health (CINCH)
CINCH is a dynamic regional coalition of partners working to improve children's health in Hampton Roads. Together, we use our collective knowledge, skills and resources to develop effective community-based solutions to meet the health needs of children and their families. Learn more about CINCH and join us at our next meeting.
Faculty leads: Amy Paulson, MPH; Sara Rothenberg, MPH
Eastern Shore Healthy Communities (ESHC)
Eastern Shore Healthy Communities is a community partnership that works to create a healthier Eastern Shore. We convene partner organizations and individuals to track health indicators; offer information about what produces health; seek diverse citizen input about creating a healthier community; and plan and implement policy, systems and environmental change strategies that focus on leading health issues. Learn more about ESHC and join us at our next meeting.
Faculty lead: Patti Kiger, MEd
Minus 9 to 5
Minus 9 to 5 is a network of cross-sector stakeholders from education, medical, childcare, business, nonprofit, philanthropic and local and state government sectors. Together, we are committed to creating an impact for children and their families from conception to kindergarten. Ensuring that each family in Hampton Roads will be equipped and supported to raise children who are healthy, thriving and ready to learn is our vision. By aligning and coordinating the many programs and services that serve young children and their families, Minus 9 to 5 unites a variety of community stakeholders dedicated to improving the lives of our region’s youngest residents and their families. Learn more about Minus 9 to 5 and get involved.
Faculty leads: Jane Elyce Glasgow, PhD; Beth Parker, MSEd