Live Well Trumbull Promotes Health of Residents
WARREN, Ohio — Fourteen partners in Trumbull County have collaborated to launch Live Well Trumbull, an initiative for residents and workers in the area to achieve a better well-being.
April Caraway, executive director of the Trumbull County Mental Health and Recovery Board, says that she is pleased to be part of this new initiative, which provides a single source for residents to find needed health resources, according to a release.
“The past couple years have really taught us that we truly are better when we work together,” she said in the release.
Live Well Trumbull provides a number of services, including local education, information, resources, wellness challenges, programming, events and more, according to the release. The primary focus is on health and wellness, and offering residents an outlet they can trust for sharing their unique services within the county to help user obtain the need resources and meet their goals.
Founding partners include the Trumbull County Combined Health District, Warren City Health District, Mercy Health, Steward Health, Kent State University Trumbull campus, Directions Home of Eastern Ohio, Senior Citizens Opportunity for Personal Endeavor (SCOPE), Trumbull Community Action Program, Trumbull County Board of Developmental Disabilities, Trumbull County Mental Health and Recovery Board, YMCA of Youngstown, We Thrive Together and hChoices, a Youngstown Business Incubator portfolio company
“In light of the many obstacles we are facing in the world, nation and specifically Trumbull County, I believe we have been challenged to look at every opportunity available to us to combat health issues,” said Bishop David L. Herron, community leader of the Community Family Outreach Complex. “The concerted effort by Live Well Trumbull is outstanding in providing excellent resources to strengthen and support individual health and wellness.”
The mission is to expand access to education resources and opportunities among a synergistic community-wide platform, according to the release. Some of the featured goals and material will include critical expert advice, confusion elimination and paths to positive outcomes.
Accounts are free at LiveWellTrumbull.com. Upon registering, members may access up to date news and advice, as well as wellness challenges. The website is available on all internet-ready devices and an event calendar will be posted.
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