Live Healthy Gwinnett
Live Healthy Gwinnett
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Who We Are
Live Healthy Gwinnett launched in 2014, Live Healthy Gwinnett encourages and engages Gwinnett County residents to invest in personal wellness while focusing on four major wellness areas: Be Active, Eat Healthy, Get Checked and Be Positive.
|Community Health Dashboard
Being healthy matters in Gwinnett! Live Healthy Gwinnett has relaunched the Community Health Dashboard, LiveHealthyGwinnettData.com, providing a free, dynamic, easy to use, one-stop digital resource for access to community quality of life data. You will find up-to-date demographic, education, environmental, economic, health, social determinant and equity data that highlights trends, challenges and opportunities in our Gwinnett County communities, hundreds of maps, tables and figures and promising practices.
Health and Wellness Standards have been adopted that include offering a variety of planned physical activities for people of all ages and abilities, offering healthy food and beverage options, maintaining safe and healthy environments, and upholding a tobacco-free park system to keep all park and facility users and staff safe.
Be Active Gwinnett
Launched in 2018, Be Active Gwinnettis a recreation center on wheels bringing opportunities for safe, fun outdoor physical activity to youth in underserved, play-desert areas. This program promotes healthy habits while advocating for positive youth development and awareness of community resources.
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Launched in 2019 to connect community members through hands-on environmental education, plant fresh produce to improve resident food access, and nurture engagement opportunities to improve health outcomes. Harvest Gwinnett works alongside community partners to close the meal gap by implementing community gardens, nutrition education, food distributions, and more in response to Gwinnett's growing need for access to fresh foods.
Live Healthy Gwinnett maintains and operates Harvest Gwinnett Community Gardens in Dacula, Lawrenceville, Snellville, Sugar Hill, Lilburn, Suwanee, Loganville, Grayson and Norcross. Each garden has leasable 4'x8' plots that residents can apply to rent and maintain annually. Community share rows at each garden are planted, maintained, and harvested to fight food insecurity as all produce is donated locally to residents in partnership with health and human services, cooperative ministries, housing authorities, and more.