Common Ground Health knows the value of barbers’ and stylists’ close connections with their clientele—and now they're saving community members from overdoses.
The annual survey encourages residents in the nine-county region to share their health stories, especially in under-resourced communities where individuals often are left out of efforts to understand barriers to public health services.
Common Ground Health and CCSI are excited to announce the upcoming Community Wellness Summit, a day-long event dedicated to promoting mental health and well-being for youth and families in Rochester.
SAGE II Commission Report Highlights Growing Older Adult Needs and Calls for Renewed Collaboration to Address Them
Common Ground Health's new SAGE II Commission Report will help inform recommendations for New York State Master Plan for Aging
The report calls for better data collection, health care workers with better intercultural competence and health information shared in languages other than English.
Rochester Summer Meals program fills an important gap in providing children and teens (18 & under) with access to free and healthy breakfasts and lunches at locations all across the city.
Residents in Rochester and the Finger Lakes region have an opportunity to learn how their health can affect their hair at a free symposium.
Conference held to address social determinants of health, focus on Latino health in the Finger Lakes region
Speak Life! 2023, presented by Excellus BCBS, brings together a powerhouse slate of speakers to discuss the urgent need for health equity, with a special focus on Latino health. This year's theme is ¡Acción ahora! / Action Now!.
Conference to address social determinants of health, focus on Latino health in the Finger Lakes region
Deadline extended for health equity champion nominations. A new award given at the 2023 Speak Life! Health Equity Conference will honor a dedicated health coalition member killed by a driver in December while walking his dog on Park Avenue.
Counties unite efforts to address mounting mental health crisis and other issues in Finger Lakes region
Counties throughout the Finger Lakes region will spend the next three years focusing on residents’ struggles with mental health, substance use disorders, chronic diseases, and food security in the region, according to a new report.