A grassroots network mobilizing school professionals, families and communities to take actions that support the health of the whole child.
Contact Information: Kristi Strongemail
A local coalition that facilitates collaboration and partnerships in health, education and housing to improve the welfare of communities in the East Central Neighborhood of Ogden, Utah.
A multi-sector initiative whose mission is to prescribe parks and other recreational settings to prevent chronic conditions and improve wellness.
Contact: Sarah Kinnison, email
Unites Utah agencies to improve food security, nutrition, and health for Utahns.
Contact: Paul Birkbankemail
Works to transform the educational environment for Utah kids by addressing systemic challenges, scaling practices that work, and leveraging its influence to create alignment and political will.
Contact: Caitlin Schneideremail
Formed in 2014 in response to the state’s consistently low participation in the School Breakfast Program (SBP); Utah currently ranks last in the nation.
Contact: Deena Bensonemail
Utah’s comprehensive cancer control coalition, comprised of a diverse, professional group of stakeholders from across the state.
Contact: Robert Korycinskiemail
Improves the health of Utahns by promoting the advancement of the health education profession and the employment of health educators in the public and private sector.
Enriches the connection communities have with fresh, healthy food and local food producers by changing food purchasing and education practices at schools and preschools.
Contact Information: Kate Wheeleremail
Supports active transportation by assembling regional stakeholders to provide guidance on bicycle and pedestrian planning issues.
Contact: Hugh Van Wagenenemail
Promotes a Utah where complete networks of bike lanes, paths, and trails contribute to livable, healthy communities, allowing everyone to ride regardless of age, ability, race, or income.
Represents dairy farm families in Idaho and Utah and promotes the dairy industry and dairy products locally, nationally and globally.
Engages Utah communities to improve active transportation planning and implementation.
Utah’s state health department works to ensure Utah is a place where all people can enjoy the best health possible, where all can live, grow, and prosper in healthy and safe communities. Get Healthy Utah works closely with the Healthy Environments Active Living (HEAL) Program and Cancer Control Program.
Provides transportation choices through a multimodal transportation system that strengthens the economy and enhances quality of life in communities throughout the state. Get Healthy Utah works with
Provides information, training and technical assistance to local officials on municipal issues, and works to create a greater public awareness and understanding of municipal responsibilities, governance and administration.
Provides research-based programs and resources with the goal of improving the lives of individuals, families and communities throughout Utah.
A partnership of organizations with the singular purpose of learning how to build effective worksite wellness programs and methods that lead to sustainable lifestyle change for employees.
Builds consensus and enhances quality of life by developing and implementing visions and plans for a well-functioning multi-modal transportation system, livable communities, a strong economy, and a healthy environment.