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Row numberCountyPriority Area NumberPriority Area Focus Area NumberFocus AreaPartnerPartner InformationPartner Main AddressPhone NumberEmail
1Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsAlbany County Health DepartmentStrategic Alliance for Health (SAH)175 Green Street, Albany, NY 12202(518) 447-4580
2Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsAlbany Medical CenterCreate community environments that promote and support healthy food and beverage choices and physical activity43 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208(518) 262-3125
3Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsCapital District Community GardensHealthy Eating Active Living by Design40 River Street Troy, NY 12180(518) 274-8685amy@cdcg.org
4Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsEarly Care and Learning CouncilInterventions in Child Care Settings - NAP SACC*230 Washington Ave Ext, Albany, NY 12203(855) 293-0783info@earlycareandlearning.org
5Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsEvery Mother, Inc.Breastfeeding Quality Improvement in HealthcarePO Box 615 GreenVille,. MS 38702-0615(662) 931-6367info@everymother.org
6Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsNYSACHOARRA - Sugary Beverage ReductionOne United Way Pine West Plaza, Albany, NY 12205(518) 452-5435
7Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsOnondaga Cortland Madison BOCESHealthy Schools NY6820 Thompson Rd, Syracuse, NY 13211(315) 433-2665mmann@ocmboces.org
8Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsSeton HealthObesity Preventation in Pediatric Health Care Settings (OPPHCS)1300 Massachusetts Ave Troy, NY 12180(518) 268-5000info@setonhealth.org
9Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsSeton Health Center for Smoking CessationHealthy Schools NY1300 Massachusetts Ave Troy, NY 12180(518) 268-5000info@setonhealth.org
10Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsUniversity at Albany Foundation SUNY CEACWHealthy Eating Active Living by Design1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12222(518) 442-3300
11Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsUniversity at Albany Foundation/Center for Excellence in Aging ServicesHealthy Eating Active Living by DesignUniversity of Albany School of Social Welfare - Richardson Hall 135 Western Avenue - RI 383 Albany, NY 12222(518) 442-5832lferretti@uamail.albany.edu
12Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases2Reduce Illness, Disability And Death Related to Tobacco Use And Secondhand SmokeAlbany CountyTobacco Enforcement Program (ATUPA)175 Green Street, Albany, NY 12202(518) 447-4580marcia.lenehan@albanycounty.com
13Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases2Reduce Illness, Disability And Death Related to Tobacco Use And Secondhand SmokeAlbany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES/Capital Region BOCESPrevent initiation of tobacco use by New York youth and young adults, especially among low socioeconomic (SES) populations1031 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Albany NY 12205(518) 464-3944laura.combs@neric.org
14Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases2Reduce Illness, Disability And Death Related to Tobacco Use And Secondhand SmokeSeton Health System, Inc.Promote tobacco use cessation, especially among low SES populations and those with poor mental health1300 Massachusetts Ave Troy, NY 12180(518) 268-5000info@setonhealth.org
15Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases2Reduce Illness, Disability And Death Related to Tobacco Use And Secondhand SmokeSeton Health System, Inc./Capital District Tobacco-Free CoalitionPrevent initiation of tobacco use by New York youth and young adults, especially among low socioeconomic (SES) populations. Eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke1300 Massachusetts Ave Troy, NY 12180(518) 268-5000info@setonhealth.org
16Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsAlbany Medical Center HospitalDiabetes Centers of Excellence43 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208(518) 262-3125
17Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsCapital Region Action Against Breast CancerPromote use of evidence-based care to manage chronic diseasesn/an/aPlease see http://craab.org/resources/
18Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsClearwater Research Inc.Sodium Reduction in Communities1845 South Federal Way Bosie, ID 83705(800) 727-5016dmay@clearwater-research.com
19Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsCommunity Health Care Association of NYSARRA Component II535 8th Avenue, 8th Floor New York, NY 10018(212) 710-3814cmagana@chcanys.org
20Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsResearch Triangle InstituteHeart Disease and Stroke Prevention (HDSP)PO Box 12194 Research Triangle Park, NC 27709(919) 485-2666listen@rti.org
21Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsSt. Peter's HospitalIncrease screening rates for cardiovascular disease, diabetes and breast/cervical/colorectal cancer, especially among disparate populationsAmerican Cancer Society, 1 Penny Ln, Latham, NY 12110(518) 220-6922kathy.dicaprio@cancer.org
22Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsThe New York Acadamy of Medicine (NYAM)Designing a Strong and Healthy New York (DASH-NY)1216 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street New York, NY 10029(212) 822-7200msanders@nyam.org
23Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsUniversity at Albany Foundation SUNY CEACWDisability & Health1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12222(518) 442-3360ceacw@albany.edu
24Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsWhitney M. Young Jr. Health ServicesRegional Asthma Coalitions920 Lark Drive Albany, NY 12207(518) 465-4771 ext 4563slyons@wmyhealth.org
25Allegany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsCommunity Youth Development and Support Services, Erie 1 BOCESHealthy Schools NY355 Harlem Rd. West Seneca, NY 14224(716) 821-7000
26Allegany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsEarly Care and Learning CouncilInterventions in Child Care Settings - NAP SACC*230 Washington Ave Ext, Albany, NY 12203(855) 293-0783info@earlycareandlearning.org
27Allegany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsEvery Mother, Inc.Breastfeeding Quality Improvement in HealthcarePO Box 615 GreenVille,. MS 38702-0615(662) 931-6367info@everymother.org
28Allegany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsOnondaga Cortland Madison BOCESHealthy Schools NY6820 Thompson Rd, Syracuse, NY 13211(315) 433-2665mmann@ocmboces.org
29Allegany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsParks and Trails New YorkHealthy Eating Active Living by Design29 Elk Street albany, NY 12207(518) 434-1583 ext 204rdropkin@ptny.org
30Allegany2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsUniversity at Albany Foundation SUNY CEACWHealthy Eating Active Living by Design1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12222(518) 442-3360ceacw@albany.edu
31Allegany2Prevent Chronic Diseases2Reduce Illness, Disability And Death Related to Tobacco Use And Secondhand SmokeAllegany CountyTobacco Enforcement Program (ATUPA)County Office Bldg., 7 Court Street, Belmont, NY 14813(585) 268-9712hullte@alleganyco.com
32Allegany2Prevent Chronic Diseases2Reduce Illness, Disability And Death Related to Tobacco Use And Secondhand SmokeCornell Cooperative Extension - Allegany and Cattaraugus CountiesPrevent initiation of tobacco use by New York youth and young adults, especially among low socioeconomic (SES) populations Eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke28 Parkside Drive Ellicottville, NY 14731(716) 699-2377 ext 122kmo11@cornell.edu
33Allegany2Prevent Chronic Diseases2Reduce Illness, Disability And Death Related to Tobacco Use And Secondhand SmokeSouthern Tier Health Care System, Inc.Promote tobacco use cessation, especially among low SES populations and those with poor mental healthOne Blue Bird Square, Olean, NY 14760(716) 372-0614dkahm@sthcs.org
34Allegany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsAllegany County Department of HealthIncrease screening rates for cardiovascular disease, diabetes and breast/cervical/colorectal cancer, especially among disparate populations3453 B Rte. 417 East Wellsville NY 14895(585) 593-4276Thorntmj@alleganyco.com
35Allegany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsClearwater Research Inc.Sodium Reduction in Communities1845 South Federal Way Bosie, ID 83705(800) 727-5016dmay@clearwater-research.com
36Allegany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsCommunity Health Care Association of NYSARRA Component II535 8th Avenue, 8th Floor New York, NY 10018(212) 710-3814cmagana@chcanys.org
37Allegany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsResearch Triangle InstituteHeart Disease and Stroke Prevention (HDSP)PO Box 12194 Research Triangle Park, NC 27709(919) 485-2666listen@rti.org
38Allegany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsThe New York Acadamy of Medicine (NYAM)Designing a Strong and Healthy New York (DASH-NY)1216 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street New York, NY 10029(212) 822-7200msanders@nyam.org
39Allegany2Prevent Chronic Diseases2Reduce Illness, Disability And Death Related to Tobacco Use And Secondhand SmokeAllegany Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, Inc.Prevent initiation of tobacco use by New York youth and young adults, especially among low socioeconomic (SES) populations2956 Airway Road Wellsville, NY 14895(585) 593-1920wpenman@alleganycouncil.org
40Bronx2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsEarly Care and Learning CouncilInterventions in Child Care Settings - NAP SACC*230 Washington Ave Ext, Albany, NY 12203(855) 293-0783info@earlycareandlearning.org
41Bronx2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsEvery Mother, Inc.Breastfeeding Quality Improvement in HealthcarePO Box 615 GreenVille,. MS 38702-0615(662) 931-6367info@everymother.org
42Bronx2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsInstitute for Family HealthHealthy Schools NY16 E 16th Street New York, NY 10003(212) 633-0800 ext 1344Saarons@institute2000.org
43Bronx2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsOnondaga Cortland Madison BOCESHealthy Schools NY6820 Thompson Rd, Syracuse, NY 13211(315) 433-2665mmann@ocmboces.org
44Bronx2Prevent Chronic Diseases1Reduce Obesity In Children And AdultsUniversity at Albany Foundation SUNY CEACWHealthy Eating Active Living by Design1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12222(518) 442-3360ceacw@albany.edu
45Bronx2Prevent Chronic Diseases2Reduce Illness, Disability And Death Related to Tobacco Use And Secondhand SmokeAlbert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University/Bronx BreathesPromote tobacco use cessation, especially among low SES populations and those with poor mental health1300 Morris Park Avenue Bronx, NY 10461(718) 430-2000
46Bronx2Prevent Chronic Diseases2Reduce Illness, Disability And Death Related to Tobacco Use And Secondhand SmokePublic Health Solutions BronxPrevent initiation of tobacco use by New York youth and young adults, especially among low socioeconomic (SES) populations Eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke220 Church Street 5th Floor, New York, NY 10013-2904(646) 619-6400ERautenberg@Healthsolutions.org
47Bronx2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsAmerican Cancer Society, Eastern DivisionIncrease screening rates for cardiovascular disease, diabetes and breast/cervical/colorectal cancer, especially among disparate populations2330 Eastchester Rd 3rd Fl Bronx NY 10469(718) 547-5064 ext 65243patricia.arroyo@cancer.org
48Bronx2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsClearwater Research Inc.Sodium Reduction in Communities1845 South Federal Way Bosie, ID 83705(800) 727-5016dmay@clearwater-research.com
49Bronx2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsCommunity Health Care Association of NYSARRA Component II535 8th Avenue, 8th Floor New York, NY 10018(212) 710-3814cmagana@chcanys.org
50Bronx2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase Access To High Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care And Management In Both Clinical And Community SettingsLincoln Medical and Mental Health CenterRegional Asthma Coalitions234 East 149th Street, Ste. 2D3 Bronx, NY 10451(718) 579-5000 ext 3740naomi.lim@nychhc.org

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created Apr 23, 2013

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This view of the Prevention Agenda Partner Contact Information: 2013 dataset contains the partners working on the prevention agenda priority area, "Prevent Chronic Diseases." The dataset is organized by county, priority area and focus area. Each partner’s address, phone number and in many cases e-mail contact are provided.The Prevention Agenda 2013-17 is New York State’s health improvement plan for 2013 through 2017. This plan involves a unique mix of organizations including local health departments, health care providers, health plans, community based organizations, advocacy groups, academia, employers as well as state agencies, schools, and businesses whose activities can influence the health of individuals and communities and address health disparities. This unprecedented collaboration is designed to demonstrate how communities across the state can work together to improve the health and quality of life for all New Yorkers. The purpose of the dataset is to provide the public, health providers and tentative DOH partners with some basic information about who in NYS is working on prevention agenda related items. For more information check out http://www.health.ny.gov/prevention/prevention_agenda/2013-2017/, or go to the "About" tab.

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