Posts Categorized: MAPP in the news

One service that MAPP provides to our community is outreaching progress and celebrating collaborative work that is improving our community health. Check out our recent articles published in local media, such as the monthly 'RoadMAPP to Health' columns in the Homer News, and our monthly MAPP newsletters.

Crime rate one indicator of resilient community

[Posted in the Homer News on 3.09.17] In a small town, people tend to wear many different hats. I am no different. Though I am on the MAPP steering committee, Read More

Resolve to connect with others more

[Posted in the Homer News on 1.04.17] Tis the season of resolutions. I always hate to see how people start off with such positivity and idealism, plan to be stronger Read More

Feeling connected key to one’s health

[Posted in the Homer News on 12.01.16] Tis the season for community. This is the time of year when families connect over the Nutcracker, friends collect over meals, and people Read More

Community Health Needs Assessment: Reflection of Our Values

[Posted in the Homer News on 8.31.2016] Every three years MAPP comes out with a Community Health Needs Assessment and the latest one is getting finalized right now. It is Read More


by Kyra Wagner Leaves around town are starting to show signs that fall is on its way. After the crazy busy summers that Alaskans tend to push through, there is Read More