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The Go Healthy Houston Task Force is committed to helping all Houstonians by working to recommend and implement specific actions to reduce the incidence of obesity through physical activity, and its health & economic impacts in the City of Houston for healthy living.
In September of 2012, former Mayor Annise Parker announced the launch of Go Healthy Houston. Now in 2020 Go Healthy Houston has evolved and grown to promote programs, policies, and projects designed to tackle the needs of its city.
Go Healthy Houston is improving the health of all Houstonians by increasing access to healthy foods, physical activity, tobacco-free places, and health education. Using data-driven models to provide solutions that make a long-lasting difference.
The Health Education team includes direct outreach into the city’s most vulnerable communities through neighborhood canvassing, signage, toolkits, virtual education presentations, and more.
Project Firstline seeks to empower Houston’s healthcare workers with the knowledge and skills to better protect themselves, their facility, family, and community from infectious disease threats, such as COVID-19.
Our mission is to provide easier access to affordable and high-quality fresh fruits and vegetables throughout Houston and especially in food deserts—areas under-served by grocery stores and other fresh food outlets.
The Get Moving Houston Urban Gardens provide hands-on experience in vegetable gardening and urban agriculture to community members and encourage the consumption of local fruits and vegetables.
Learn more about our upcoming events, fundraisers, and more!