The THRIVE Southern Lorain County collaborative is a community group that is conducted through the United Way Community Collaborative Model. It was previously organized through the Creating Healthy Communities Program at Lorain County Public Health, and once known as "Live Healthy Southern Lorain County". For more information about THRIVE please contact us at HealthEd@LorainCountyHealth.com or call 440-322-6367 and ask to speak with the Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention division.
A few examples of Live Healthy Southern Lorain County partner projects include:
Healthy Corner Store - Chet and Fran’s Country Store
100% Tobacco Free Campus Policy - Wellington Schools
100% Tobacco Free Policy - Village of Wellington
Bike Rack – Herrick Memorial Library, LCCC Wellington Center
Hydration Stations - Wellington Community Park
Extremely cold, wintery weather is a part of living in Ohio - Be careful this time of year to protect yourself from frostbite, hypothermia, or other life-threatening conditions.
Lorain County Public Health (LCPH) will host three Ohio Healthy Program (OHP) training sessions at the Child Care Resource Center, 5350 Oberlin Ave. in Lorain, OH. The sessions include 15 hours of Ohio Approved training for administrators, teachers and cooks at no cost.