Palm Healthcare Foundation’s newest “better health” campaign, Train the Brain, was a huge success! Thank you to all who participated by taking the brain fitness pledge and coming to the free events offered throughout the community. The Palm Healthcare Foundation team had such a great time meeting
Honoring Palm Beach County Nurses Thank a Nurse is an annual campaign that honors Palm Beach County nurses. Palm Healthcare Foundation, Inc. recognizes the impact that nursing care has on the overall health of our community’s residents and therefore invests in uplifting
To combat the opioid crisis in Palm Beach County, Palm Healthcare Foundation in partnership with Southeast Florida Behavioral Health Network, Hanley Foundation and the Town of Palm Beach United Way brought in the Rapid Results Institute...
La fundacion comunitaria para la salud Palm Healthcare Foundation anuncio recientemente su 6to. evento anual que invita a los residentes de Palm Beach a ejercitarse para lograr un cambio positivo en la salud.
Wellington is participating in the sixth annual "Let's Move: Commit to Change Physical Activity Challenge" this month. The challenge is a countywide initiative focused on physical activity, nutrition and health taking place March 1 to March 31. Participants are asked to log at least 30 minutes of
West Palm Beach, FL (February 28, 2018)— Palm Healthcare Foundation, Inc., Palm Beach County’s community foundation for health with a mission to improve health through community collaboration, has just announced its 6th annual Let’s Move: Commit to Change Physical Activity Challenge beginning
West Palm Beach, Florida—Local leaders from non-profits, for profits and government have come together to turbocharge a collaborative system in Palm Beach County to combat the opioid crisis. With the help of the Rapid Results Institute (RRI), these partners launched a 100-Day Challenge on
Thirty Palm Beach County nonprofits and businesses, along with government leaders, have launched an initiative to make an impact on the opioid addiction crisis over the next 100 days.
Over the past three years, Palm Beach County, Florida has become an epicenter for the deadly opioid crisis. The number of opioid-related overdose deaths hit epidemic proportions in 2016 with 571 lives lost; a 110% increase from the previous year...to combat the growing crisis, 60 representatives
Wellington family backs mental health campaign to help others recognize signs of suicide and depression.