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Thu, Feb 23


Reno Public Market

Truckee Meadows Tomorrow: Washoe County's Most Pressing Health Needs

What are Washoe County’s most important health needs? Join us to learn about our Health District’s recent Community Health Assessment (CHA).

Truckee Meadows Tomorrow: Washoe County's Most Pressing Health Needs
Truckee Meadows Tomorrow: Washoe County's Most Pressing Health Needs

Time & Location

Feb 23, 2023, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Reno Public Market, 299 E Plumb Ln, Reno, NV 89502, USA

About the Event

In order to serve our community in the best way possible, the Health District conducts an assessment of our community’s biggest health needs.  Join us live at the Reno Public Market as we learn more about process, findings and how the CHA and upcoming Improvement Plan will contribute to better overall health equity in the Truckee Meadows.  Panelists include Health District leadership, key community stakeholders and data experts.

Heather Kerwin, Epidemiology Program Manager; Washoe County Health District

Rayona LaVoie, Management Analyst; Washoe County Health District

LaNesha Battle, Director of Equity and Diversity; Washoe County School District

Jenny Yeager, Chief Program and Strategy Officer; Food Bank of Northern Nevada

Angie Wilson, Tribal Health Director; Reno-Sparks Indian Colony

February 23rd,  Live at the Reno Public Market @ 12 noon

RSVP appreciated but NOT required!

RSVP on the Truckee Meadows Tomorrow website

Hosted and Moderated by Truckee Meadows Tomorrow

This speaker series is made possible by the generous support of Renown Health, Washoe County Health District, NV Energy and Microsoft.

Get informed by checking out the Nevada Tomorrow Community Data Exchange. Learn about this free, dynamic, easy to use, one-stop digital resource for access to community quality of life data. There you will find up-to-date demographic, education, environmental, economic, health, social determinant and equity data that highlights trends, challenges and opportunities in our Nevada communities; hundreds of maps, tables and figures, and, promising practices.

We hope to see you there!

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