We are no longer accepting applications for the 2021 Incubator.

The deadline to submit an application was October 16, 2020.  Applicants will be notified by November 16, 2020.  Selected projects participate in the Live Well Incubator January through October of 2021. The Live Well Arizona Incubator is designed to help communities build their capacity in equitable, place based work by providing an experienced coach.  The coach serves as a strategic thinker to help the team identify key stakeholders and strategies for including people with lived solutions. The coach helps the team to move toward solutions, …

Podcasts Out Now: Meet the 2019 Live Well Arizona Incubator teams

In 2018, the Partnership collaborated with Vitalyst Health Foundation to establish the Live Well Arizona Incubator to take our support of place-based community health improvement to a new level: specifically, to help facilitate the development of more cross-sector collaborations focused on community-informed and community-driven solutions. In a nutshell, the idea was to identify early-stage cross-sector community health projects and provide technical assistance over time, using a series of full cohort face-to-face meetings, but also by providing a coach for 10 months to help each project develop …

New Healthy Communities Incubator Kicks Off with Five Projects

Vitalyst Health Foundation and the Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities are proud to announce the first cohort of Live Well Arizona Incubator teams. Teams from across the state will work for up to ten months with experienced coaching assistance to develop place-based, cross-sector collaborative health and well-being improvement. The five selected projects are: Coffee Pot Farms – Teesto Chapter on the Navajo Nation Ya’at’eeh, Coffee Pot Farms intends to promote holistic wellness through workshops, fresh and affordable produce production and a sustainable community-supported agriculture (CSA) …

Don’t forget to submit your healthy communities idea

If you attended the 4th annual Arizona Healthy Communities Conference March 29th, you know it was an exciting day. We spent the day discussing how we can build communities of health and opportunity together. And if you stayed until the end of the day, you know that Vitalyst Health Foundation generously offered to help provide support for ideas coming out of this year’s Healthy Communities Conference. Vitalyst wants to support your work and can provide technical assistance and financial support. The foundation is offering mini-grants to help kickstart your …