Community places make up all the different places where we live, learn, work and play. By creating community environments that promote healthy lifestyles and behaviours, we are able to support the overall health and wellbeing of the Kingston community.
CBCHS Health Promotion Team offers free support to community places to create health promoting environments that benefit the wellbeing of the whole community.
CBCHS has collaborated with Kingston City Council to deliver Kingston B-Well, an initiative that offers free wellbeing information and resources to businesses in the City of Kingston. Our team can support your business by linking you to information and opportunities around:
- Health training to support staff wellbeing
- Wellbeing events, webinars and activities
- Health campaigns, fact sheets, posters and other resources
The Kingston B-Well website provides additional free generalised resources and templates for businesses.
Health Incentive Provider (HIP) Program
Our Health Promotion Team has created the Health Incentive Provider (HIP) Program to connect our community members with local gyms, sports equipment retailers, pharmacies and grocers, offering health-related products and services at a discounted price.
The HIP Program:
- Offers access to discounted health promoting products and services to local organisations*
- Supports local community members and local businesses to thrive
- Encourages local organisations to support their club community to make healthy choices
If your organisation is interested in accessing the HIP Program for your community, please complete an Expression of Interest or get in touch with us to find out more.
*To be eligible for this program, your organisation must be within the City of Kingston and be in a current partnership with Central Bayside Community Health Service’s Health Promotion Team
An initiative of Deakin University, the Nourish Network aims to make healthy and sustainable food available and accessible for everyone – connecting partners across the food, retail, community, government and research sectors to transform food retail practices for the better health of people and planet. CBCHS leads the Healthy Food Retail Recognition Action Team, with the aim of providing public-recognition to food retailers (including restaurants, cafes, and take-away venues) that provide and promote healthier foods and drinks to its clientele and/or community.
For more information, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the below enquiry form.