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Durham, NC 27701

Tell us What You Think of the Partnership

The Partnership for a Healthy Durham is working with FHI 360 to conduct an evaluation to identify what has made the Partnership successful, what strategies led to effective multi-sector community work and other lessons learned.

We need to hear from our Partnership members! Please take about 15 minutes to complete the Partnership evaluation survey. Your feedback will help make the Partnership even stronger and your participation is extremely valuable.

New Durham Knows Campaign Video

In the latest video from the Durham Knows campaign, Durham residents Brian Carter and Johnnie Robinson, Mayor Bill Bell and Dr. Barbara Johnston discuss living a healthy life with HIV, PrEP and reducing HIV in Durham.

Big thanks to our campaign partners- 2beatHIV, Durham County Department of Public Health, Duke Medicine, El Centro Hispano, Lincoln Community Health Center, North Carolina Central University, Triangle Empowerment Center and UNC Center of Infectious Disease for their help with the video.

Dental Report Released

The dental care workgroup of the Access to Care committee worked extensively with LATCH intern Natalie Atyeo to review and finalize the Dental Care Gap report. The report details dental care access in Durham County, statistics, dental resources grid and recommendations. 

Committee 2015-2018 Action Plans

Committee action plans are based on input from the community, data from the health assessment and evidence-based strategies research. The 2015-2018 action plans will be the blueprints for how committees address health priorities identified in the 2014 Community Health Assessment. View the Access to Care, HIV/STI, Obesity and Chronic Illness and Substance Use/Mental Health action plans.

Medical Options Brochures Updated

The updatedd Medical Care Options brochure which lists low cost and free medical services in Durham are available in English and Spanish. You can also find the brochures on the Resources page.

2014 Community Health Assessment

The results of the 2014 Community Health Assessment are available.

You must have Adobe Reader to properly view the health assessment document. Download Adobe Reader.

Visit the Health Data page to view copies of the 2014 Community Health Assessment Executive Summary in English and Spanish.



Durham Knows Campaign

The purpose of the campaign is to encourage everyone in Durham between the ages of 15 and 65 to learn their HIV status. Find out more about Durham Knows on the campaign page.

Follow the Partnership on Twitter

The Partnership is now on Twitter! Follow us to get updates on Partnership activities and community resources and events.

Partnership in the Media

Check out recent stories in the media about and related to the Partnership.

Health Officials Call for Routine HIV Testing

Durham Observes World AIDS Day

Durham AIDS Campaign Urges More Testing for HIV

HIV Isn't a Death Sentence

HIV Testing to be Offered at NC Pride Fest

Maps Illustrate Life Expectancy Differences Across the Triangle

Oasis in the Food Deserts

2016 Meeting Calendar

Click here for a list of 2016 Partnership quarterly and committee meetings. Attend a meeting on the priority area that interests you.

Join us in making Durham a healthier place. Contact Partnership for a Healthy Durham Coordinator, Marissa Mortiboy at mmortiboy@dconc.gov for more information.

Next Quarterly Meeting

The next Partnership quarterly meeting will be Wednesday, April 20, 2016, noon-1:30 pm at the Durham County Human Services Building, 414 E. Main St. Hope to see you there!

2014 RWJF Culture of Health Prize Winner

Watch the prizewinning video and find out what makes the Durham community a Culture of Health.