Is Your Kid Struggling During COVID-19? Here’s How You Can Help Whether your children are in elementary school or college, the sudden loss of their normal school routine is going to affect them. They no longer have the structure of a class schedule and are missing out on hanging out with their friends. This is… Read More >
HEALTHY LIFESTYLES AND RESOURCESConnecting Harford County residents to healthy lifestyles where we live, work, worship, and play.
COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS FOR HEALTHImproving public health in three key areas: Behavioral Health (mental illness and drug addiction), Obesity, and Tobacco use.
ACCESS TO CARE - NAVIGATION & COORDINATIONCreating a network of care to help keep Harford County residents with chronic illness healthy and out of the hospital.
Healthy Harford is the healthy communities initiative of Harford County, dedicated to the health and wellness of the northern Chesapeake community – in mind body and spirit. Founded in 1993 as a non-profit 501c3 by leaders from UM Upper Chesapeake Health, the Harford County Health Department, and Harford County Government – Healthy Harford is a coalition of local government agencies, businesses, non profits, and citizens dedicated to improving the health of Harford County residents through education, policy changes, access to care, and a focus on social determinants of health.
Every journey begins with the first step.
Live Well. Be Well. Healthy Harford
November 22, 2019
Portuguese Watercress Soup
During the winter, sometimes it feels like we can’t eat enough soup. If you are getting tired of the same rotation of traditional soups, or just want to try a quick and easy recipe, give Portuguese Watercress soup a try. It takes less than a half hour from start to finish and it is full… Read More >
October 25, 2019
The Health of Harford County 2019 – Local Health Improvement Coalition
Every year the Harford Count Health Officer presents their State of the Health of the County to the Local Health Improvement Coalition (LHIC). Please follow this link to view Dr. Russell Moy’s presentation. This years PowerPoint focus on the three priority areas in our community: Family Health and Resiliency, Chronic Disease Prevention and Wellness, and… Read More >