Healthy Jacksonville

Healthy Jacksonville uses a community health model to increase access to healthcare for vulnerable and at-risk individuals. Community health workers help people get their care they need, give informal counseling and guidance on health behaviors and advocate for individual and community health needs. Healthy Jacksonville develops and strengthens relationships with community partners. As access issues are identified, these community partnerships are invaluable to help clients receive targeted assistance.

Healthy Communities Collaborative

The Healthy Communities Collaborative, an extension of the Healthy Jacksonville program, connects social service providers who provide access in areas where individuals struggle with self-sufficiency. The Collaborative is divided into workgroups that take on projects to improve access and address the highest needs of the community, including:

  • Transportation
  • Food/Nutrition
  • LEARN (Law Enforcement and Resource Network)
  • CHC (Community Health Connection)

Each group takes on projects to improve access in their respective areas. The Healthy Communities Collaborative will develop tools for case managers to use to assist their clients as they navigate access to key assistance programs.

Community Resources

Homeless Shelters and other related resources

Jacksonville Food Resources

Morgan County Mental Health Services

PLUW Helpline

Transportation Providers Form

Community Resource Guide

Emergency Food Resource Guide for Morgan County

Jacksonville One Stop