The Lerner Center has partnered with Crouse Hospital on a grant funded project to address the knowledge gap that exists within provider networks over the new federal mandate for Plans of Safe Care. Plans of Safe Care aim to help soon-to-be mothers with substance use disorder engage in early treatment initiatives, link with supportive services, and gain the tools to deliver and take home a healthy baby.
DIEMlife is an integrated online platform and free mobile app to help members reach their goals, or ‘Quests®’, build healthy habits, and connect with like-minded people who are pursuing a healthy lifestyle. Together with DIEMlife, we have created virtual activities that promote an active lifestyle. Read more about our mission to create healthy communities and join the Healthy Monday movement.
We have worked with the Fitness Inclusion Network to conduct accessibility assessments of the Monday Mile routes. Together we are committed to expanding inclusive fitness opportunities for all members of our community.
HealtheConnections supports the use of health information exchange and community health data to improve population health and lower health care costs. HealtheConnections serves as a resource for data collection and analyzation in many community projects. We work together to support community projects by providing resources for data collection and program evaluation.
The Lerner Center partners with the MCRHC on the Monday Mile initiative with walking trails throughout the county. This initiative supports efforts to reduce rates of childhood obesity and adult diabetes. We have established 12 Monday Miles in Madison County and have featured the Walk with a Doc program to engage the community in the Monday Mile and increasing physical activity.
The Monday Campaigns is the home base for the Healthy Monday initiative. They are a non-profit pubic health initiative and create the weekly Healthy Monday tips that encourage healthy and sustainable lifestyle behaviors.
The Onondaga County Drug Task Force (DTF) was created by combining several separate initiatives focused on substance use and addiction in the community. With membership from over 50 local agencies, the DTF has worked together over the past several years to prevent, treat, and reverse the current public health opioid crisis. Lerner Center staff are actively engaged in taskforce initiatives.
Former Mayor Stephanie Miner and Former County Executive Joanie Mahoney issued a joint proclamation naming September 10th Move-it Monday Day. Since then, we’ve teamed up with the City Parks Department to create 18 Monday Miles in the City of Syracuse and in surrounding areas.
The Pathway to Wellness department at Upstate has partnered with us to promote healthy behaviors through the Healthy Monday campaign. Together, we support the campus’ employees, students, and volunteers by offering programs and resources on stress management, posture, physical activity, and smoking. They also have frequent Monday Milers!
See our past initiatives.