This project is a collaboration between Florida Voices for Health,  Tampa Bay Healthcare Collaborative, &  Community Health Coalition of St. Petersburg, &  Florida Council of Churches.

More of South Pinellas residents experience bad health conditions when compared to other parts of the county and the state. We’ve seen this in communities like: Palmetto Park, Child’s Park, Jordan Park, Methodist Town, Melrose Mercy, Pine Acres, Cromwell Heights, Thirteenth Street Heights, Twinbrooks, Clam Bayou, Harbordale, Bartlett Park, and the Greater Pinellas Point neighborhoods.

These problems have gotten worse because communities of color in Pinellas have less access to health care and use preventative care less.

This has to change and can change. To fix the problem we need to better understand all of the things keeping people from getting and staying healthy. 

You can help this project be successful and bring new life to St. Pete.

Step 1:

Complete the survey to help local lawmakers understand the real issues

Step 2:

Participate in coalition events – We’re bringing together speakers and other community resources to help South St. Pete residents get ahead.

Step 3:

Take Action – At the end of the year the coalition will host a big meeting with local elected officials. It will mark the official start of our campaign to improve health, transportation, and housing in St. Pete.

Join the Coalition

Sign up to receive timely health policy and project updates, action alerts, and event notices. 

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