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2019 CPHA SCSU Advocacy Training

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To make each generation of Connecticut healthier than the last.

Welcome to the Connecticut Public Health Association! We strive to promote public health in and around Connecticut by supporting advocacy activities, mentoring students, and educating professionals through our various events.  The CPHA is a non-profit organization that also has a large community of working professionals, join today to connect with our community and support public health in Connecticut. 

2019 CPHA-SCSU-Yale Advocacy Training

The 2019 CPHA-SCSU-Yale Advocacy Training for students, faculty, and public health and policy practitioners, which will take place on Saturday, February 23, 2019 from 9:00 am – 3:30 pm at SCSU.  The session will be led by Tekisha Everette and Claudine Fox from Health Equity Solutions, and Shelley Geballe from the Yale School of Public Health and Yale Law School. 


This training will provide participants with the knowledge and skills needed to become advocates for public health equity. I’ve attached a flier for the event. Here is the registration link:




     Move and Mentor Step Challenge 2019


The Move and Mentor Step Challenge 2019 will begin in a couple of weeks. 

The goals this year are as followed:

Foster social connections within communities and cultivate empowered and civically engaged youth.

• Establish positive relationships among youth and adult mentors and provide youth with leadership opportunities in schools, community groups, and local governments

• Create safe places to convene, such as community centers, with activities, programs, and supportive technologies for all ages and abilities

• Support information sharing, collaboration and networking to inform decision‐making using social media and in‐person approaches 

Click here to get to our Steps Challenge Page.



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