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CPHA Awards and Fundraiser


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2019 CPHA Awards and Fundraiser


Pat has demonstrated her commitment through many years of hard work, and she still shines brightly as a strong and energetic advocate for public health.  She demonstrates compassion for those at risk for or living with disease, and leads government’s efforts to help them, because it is right, even when it is hard and not popular.”

Representative Patricia Dillon is a Deputy Majority Leader of the Connecticut House of Representatives and serves on the Appropriations, Environment and Judiciary committees.Before coming to the General Assembly, Pat served on New Haven's Board of Aldermen and was a co-founder and director of New Haven's battered women’s shelter.

As a state legislator, Pat shaped much of Connecticut's AIDS policy, family violence policy, injury prevention policy, school based health centers, addiction and mental health policy, and has been a consistent advocate for the disabled. She has been honored for setting up the first WIC produce nutrition program, authored legislation to identify injury in our emergency rooms, and established an initiative for the behavioral health needs of returning National Guard and reserves families.

Join CPHA as we celebrate Representative Pat Dillon’s accomplishments and advancement of public health in Connecticut. For more information, please visit CPHA’s event webpage.

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019


Tunxis Country Club, Farmington, CT

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Join CPHA as we celebrate the inaugural Beth Weinstein Award!

As a consummate public health professional and a model practitioner of civil service, Beth set an example of excellence collaborating with mutual respect with public policy makers, government agency staff at the local state and federal levels, members of the media, non-governmental organizations, and the general public. Many will remember Beth for her dedication and leadership in fighting the AIDS epidemic in CT and helping establish one of the first needle exchange programs in the country.

In addition to the Beth Weinstein Award, the evening event will feature:

Speed Mentoring

Silent Auction

Celebration of Steps Challenge Winners

It is not too late to join the 

 Step Challenge

Part of the APHA Billion Step Challenge

February 22nd-April 3rd







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