Community health
improvement plan
what is the chip?
 
 
The Community Health Improvement Plan is a collaboration of partners across the Tulsa area working to improve health outcomes in: Built Environment, Educational Attainment, Food Environment, or Health Care.

 

We invite you to nominate exceptional partners and projects as a CHIP Champion. Each month a CHIP Champion is selected and the good work they’re doing is highlighted across the community.

Chip champions

January's CHIP Champion: The Tulsa Honor Academy. Tulsa Honor Academy is a charter school working hard to prepare its students to achieve at a high level in college and beyond regardless of their background or income level. This year they were able to expand and open a new high school campus in East Tulsa.

Tulsa honor academy

Lubell park trails

February's CHIP Champion: Lubell Park Trails. Made possible through a Bike Club collaboration between Tulsa Parks and Tulsa Public schools these trails are made up of over 2 miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking

bringing partners together
 
CHIP coordinates partners through:
  • Quarterly CHIP Meetings
  • Alliance groups in each of the four focus areas
  • Micro-grant funding from Pathways to Health
  • Grants and partnership opportunities with other funders. 
quarterly chip meetings
Tuesday, January 26, 2021 
At 9:00 AM-11:00AM
Via Zoom 
 
Tuesday, April 20, 2021 
At 9:00 AM-11:00AM
Via Zoom
Tuesday, July 20, 2021 
At 9:00 AM-11:00AM 
Location TBA
Tuesday, October 19, 2021 
At 9:00 AM-11:00AM 
Location TBA
 
CHip Project manager 
Christina Seymour
 

Christina Seymour is a skilled Project Manager who loves bringing together people, businesses, nonprofits, and public agencies that are working to make Tulsa a healthier place. We love to share events and success stories happening in Tulsa. Feel free to forward information, photos, and social media links to info@pathwaystohealthtulsa.org

 

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