east end bluff view park improvement project

We’re teaming up with the city to bring more resident voices to planned park improvements in the East End. Want to make your voice heard? There will be two community meetings at the Colvill Family Center, on February 20 (5-7pm) and February 23 (10am-12pm). These are family-friendly events: food, refreshments, and childcare will be provided free of charge. Participants will have the opportunity to win door prizes as well. RSVPs are required, click here to join us!


We believe that all residents deserve access to physical activity and nutrition, every single day. Furthermore, we know that it takes a network to make positive change possible. Because this connects everything we do, we work with many local partners to make our future a healthy one.

Our Focus

What does ‘health’ mean to you? Learn about our work over the past five years. Since then, we’ve expanded our definition of health while working to connect more neighbors to healthy living activities. 

After finishing up a recent five-year project, we’re getting ready for a future of impact. In fact, we plan to talk to residents about what they think could make their communities a healthier place to live. So, see what we’re focusing on now. 

community connections

After holding surveys to listen and learn what issues our Hispanic neighbors face, plans are starting to take shape. Due to what we learned, LHRW, Hispanic Outreach, and HACER organized a Latino Leadership Training Program in 2018. In fact, six emerging leaders are developed plans to build local change in their neighborhoods. Above: 2018 Latino Leadership Program Graduates


Community gardens and healthy breakfast nooks at the local high school. Park renovations and street improvements. Improved local policies. All of our projects include a focus on making it easier for everyone to be healthier, every single day. Because of our diverse work, we always have several projects going on at once.

Belong to a farm family?

Did you know there are valuable resources for farmers and their families provided by the state? If you’re interested, click here. Mental health, financial counseling, and legal help are all included.