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Organization Name Community Health Promotion Program (CHPP)
Category Health and Healing
Category Community Development
Category Financial Assistance and Foundations
Address Augusta, Maine 04333
United States
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Phone Number (207) 287-5388
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Website http://healthymainepartnerships.org/CHPP.php
Contact Name Christine Lyman
Contact's Title Project Manager

CHPP works with local and State programs to help communities increase their ability to conduct community-based health promotion for all populations and settings. They link community development to health and quality of life outcomes, with emphasis on multi-sector collaboration, and civic engagement that is fair, transparent, and inclusive. CHPP provides training, planning grants/mini-grants/funding news, technical assistance and resources, and conference scholarships and support. CHPP also provided support for the early start-up and sponsorship for conferences of the Maine Network of Healthy Communities, an independent statewide organization of local community health initiatives.