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On   Tuesday December 3rd at 12 PM there will be a Rally for #Not62: The Campaign for a Healthy Bronx on the steps of NY City Hall (Broadway & Centre Street NYC) 

There will be a Rally for #Not62: The Campaign for a Healthy Bronx on the steps of NY City Hall (Broadway & Centre Street NYC) Tuesday December 3rd  12 PM

Media Contact:
Michael Johnson
(212) 633 - 0800 x1296
(646) 789 - 5210
micjohnson@institute.org
 

**Media Advisory**

 
The Bronx has the worst health outcomes of all 62 counties in New York State. On Tuesday, December 3rd, the Bronx Health REACH Health Disparities Workgroup will hold a  #Not62: The Campaign for a Healthy Bronx! Rally on the steps of New York City Hall. Our ask is that the Mayor, the Bronx Borough President, City Council members and New York State elected officials make the health of the Bronx a top priority at all levels and in all sectors of government, be it health, housing, economic opportunities, education, transportation, etc.


WHAT:
#Not62: The Campaign for a Healthy Bronx! Rally

WHO:
Charmaine Ruddock, MS - Project Director for Bronx Health REACH
Maxine Golub, MPH – Senior Vice President, Planning and Development,
The Institute for Family Health
Partners and Faith Based Members of the Bronx Health REACH Coalition


WHERE:
The Steps of New York City Hall
(between Broadway and Centre Street, NYC)


WHEN:
Tuesday, December 3rd, 12PM  

HOW:
For press inquiries please contact Michael Johnson at (212) 633-0800 ext. 1296 or micjohnson@institute.org
 

 
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About the Institute for Family Health/Bronx Health REACH

The Bronx Health REACH Coalition (www.bronxhealthreach.org) is led by the Institute for Family Health (www.institute.org). Founded in 1999, Bronx Health REACH is committed to eliminating racial and ethnic health disparities in the Bronx, and promotes health equity by increasing opportunities for physical activity and access to healthy food. The Institute for Family Health is a federally qualified health center network that operates 30 community health centers in the Bronx, Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Mid Hudson Valley. Primary care, behavioral health care and dental services are available to people of all ages, regardless of ability to pay.
 
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