8930 Stanford Blvd
Columbia, MD 21045
8930 Stanford Blvd
The goal of the Community Engagement Team is to achieve health equity in Howard County by identifying and reducing health disparities through collaborative partnerships and building trusting relationships with the community.
CAREAPP is a Howard County Health Department website that connects people to community programs and services, including resources for food, health, housing, transportation, education, employment assistance, and more.
CAREAPP can be used by community members seeking community programs. Translation functionality also built into the online platform. Learn more:
|English Postcard||English Business Card||CAREAPP Website (English)|
|Spanish Postcard||Spanish Business Card||CAREAPP Website (Spanish)|
|Korean Postcard||Korean Business Card||CAREAPP Website (Korean)|
|Chinese Postcard||Chinese Business Card||CAREAPP Website (Chinese)|
|French Postcard||French Business Card||CAREAPP Website (French)|
|Burmese Postcard||CAREAPP Website (Burmese)|
We are happy to provide educational materials, tabling, and in-person or virtual presentations to your organization. Our ability to honor your request is based on staffing and alignment with HCHD mission and vision. Please complete the Community Health Education Request Form at least one (1) month prior to the event date..
The Local Health Improvement Coalition (LHIC) works to improve health outcomes and reduce health disparities in Howard County. Participation is sought from individuals and organizations that seek to ensure access to programs and services that support our vision of equitable health outcomes for all.
The Healthy Howard campaign provides tips that you can use to improve your health. You can lower your chance of chronic health conditions (medical problems that last a long time) by eating healthy, exercising, getting regular check-ups, and living a tobacco free lifestyle.
Community Health Workers (CHWs) promote health and wellness by helping people in their communities adopt healthy behaviors. They advocate for those who may have difficulty connecting to health resources and social services.