My Community Health
Fermoy Community Health Project continues on developing sustainable health projects for individuals and families within the community.
The Youghal Community Health Project was established to develop Social Gain Initiatives aimed at improving the Health & Wellbeing of the local community
To provide opportunities for People within the Mallow Community to access Community Health Initiatives to improve overall health and well-being.
Each health project has a programme of activities and community links to empower healthy habits and support healthy choices and lifestyles.
Across our communities exist many groups and activities that support a weekly routine of social connection and friendship.
We support and create community initiatives and programmes with groups and organisations that focus on health and wellbeing
Welcome to Health
The Health Action Zones are the HSE South’s response to developing Community Health within specific areas identified and supported through the RAPID Programme.
The development of the Health Action Zone concept provided a timely opportunity to target health inequalities. Community development principles focus is on empowerment, involvement, consultation and participation to enhance inclusion and sustainability.
We are Community Health Workers
Micheál enjoys working with groups to improve their health and wellbeing – focus on inclusion, empowerment and sustainability – including walking, singing and biodiversity projects, community growing for health.
I am caring person who enjoys working with people in the Mayfield community.
Bernard supports many groups in the area linking to the Glen Resource Centre and St. Brendan’s Walking Group.
Jacinta is the Community Health Worker based in Fermoy. My work involves promoting positive health and wellbeing with individuals and families in our community.
Niamh is the Youghal Community Health Worker. I am very passionate about community health and wellbeing. I enjoy supporting people to reach their full potential.
Pauline is the Mallow Community Health Worker. I really enjoy my work. I feel I am making progress when I see friendships being formed.
Liz is based in the Northside of Cork. Her work involves helping groups and individuals to achieve their health goals.
Oisín’s areas of interest include Sport and Mental Health. He engages with groups through community health fitness activities including swimming, running, walking and team sports.