The Grundy County Health Council
The Grundy County Health Council was created with the goals of improving Grundy County residents' health and decreasing community health disparities. Since its founding in 1992, the Council has updated playground equipment, constructed walking tracks in the community, purchased exercise programs for the Senior Citizens Center, and partnered with the school system in providing health and nutrition programming. Council members have also taught Reversing Diabetes classes and actively sought opportunities to have a presence at community functions.
The Health Council meets on the third Tuesday of every month at noon in the conference room at the University of Tennessee Extension office in Coalmont.
Everyone is welcome!
For more information, contact:
Sofia Leon-Meza, GCHC Facilitator