Clinton Health ConNEXTion

Clinton College and the City of Rock Hill were awarded a $3.5 million grant from the Department of Health and Human Services to address the health disparities in the city’s most vulnerable neighborhoods, specifically the south side of Rock Hill. The grant project seeks to enhance collaborative community participation and further develop current community programs to include health promotion, address COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among our target populations, and promote the increase of vaccination rates.

Learning

Interested in a Mini-grant?

The Clinton Health ConNEXTion (CHC) is soliciting proposals for its Public Health Initiative: Advancing Health Literacy to Enhance Equitable Community Response to COVID-19. Organizations, businesses and individuals are able to submit a proposal to provide a plan to increase health literacy, healthy living and/or increase vaccination rates. Proposals will be accepted on an ongoing basis with the following reviewing periods:

Applications received by November 1 will be reviewed and notified by December 1, 2022

Applications received by December 1 will be reviewed and notified by January 15, 2022 
 

Meet the Citizen Health Advocates

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Takeria Barber

Citizen Health Advocate

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Nancy Dixon-McMullen

Citizen Health Advocate

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Rhonda Gamble

Citizen Health Advocate

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Sharon Hines

Citizen Health Advocate

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Charlene Howze

Citizen Health Advocate

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Breana Jones

Citizen Health Advocate

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Jarvis Dijon Miller

Citizen Health Advocate

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Maureen "Nesi" Watkins

Citizen Health Advocate

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Shameka Wright

Citizen Health Advocate