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Get Healthy Heights
GetHealthyHeights.org (GHH) is an online platform for all who live and work in northern Manhattan to connect, collaborate and participate in their health and the health of the community. Columbia University schools and departments, community programs, nonprofit organizations, and New York City public organizations serving Washington Heights-Inwood are invited to join Get Healthy Heights as Partner Organizations to connect with the Washington Heights-Inwood community. Partner Organizations have their own GHH profile page to promote their activities, share content, and create social networks.

In addition, individual users are able to follow Partner Organizations, see and share information and community resources, create groups related to their interests and find events, services, articles, videos, and links from Partner Organizations in Washington Heights-Inwood.

Benefits of Using Get Healthy Heights for Partner Organizations
  • Identify potential academic-community partnership opportunities
  • Promote your programs, services, and events on your Partner Organization or Interest Group profile pages
  • Connect with community residents by posting articles, videos, links, services, and events
  • Find available resources in the local services directory

For more information on GetHealthyHeights.org contact Alejandra N. Aguirre, Senior Program Manager.

Get Healthy Harlem
GetHealthyHarlem.org is a health information website where Harlem residents, businesses, and organizations can find local information about getting and staying healthy. It is also a place for sharing information and connecting with other community members.

On GetHealthyHarlem.org you will find:

Profiles of Hope - Community members share their stories of overcoming healthy obstacles and living a health life.

Harlem Word - Local health and wellness experts offer insight into a variety of health issues.

Did You Know? Short articles provide easy tips you can use in your quest to be and stay healthy.

How can I use GetHealthyHarlem.org?
  • Post information about health events
  • Add health-related places in Harlem and Upper Manhattan that you recommend
  • Create health-related articles

For more information on GetHealthyHarlem.org contact Carly Hutchinson, Director of Communications and Community Relations with the Harlem Health Promotion Center.

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“This publication was supported by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, National Institutes of Health, through Grant Number UL1TR001873, formerly the National Center for Research Resources, Grant Number UL1 RR024156. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH.”