Metro Region

Sandoval County Health Impact Partners
Cuba, Studying Trail Enhancement Plans-Health Impact Assessment (STEP-HIA)

The STEP-HIA is conducted through the University of New Mexico Prevention Research Center in partnership with the Step Into Cuba Alliance. The STEP-HIA aims to look at how trail access from Cuba, NM to the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDT) is linked to health, quality of life, and community, social, and economic capital for residents living in the community. For full information…

Bernalillo County (Healthy Places for New Mexico):

  • Educates policy makers and communities about the influence of neighborhood conditions on health
  • Offers information to promote policy change for healthy neighborhoods
  • Evaluates the consequences of policies, projects and plans and gives that information to policy makers so they can use it to make wise decisions for the community
  • Advocates for policies that lessen the poor health outcomes experienced by members of our communities as a consequence of stress from environmental and social conditions

For more information about Bernalillo County (Healthy Places for New Mexico)…

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NMHEP March 2017 Updates

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NMHEP February 2017 Updates

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NMHEP January 2017 Updates

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