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Planning and developing healthy communities topic of June 21-22 conference

PIC-FINAL-BASICa_small1-e1436216479627RO_logo_1xaPartners for Innovative Communities, in collaboration with Reach Out, present  the 7th Annual National Innovative Communities Conference. This one-of-a-kind, two day conference is the only conference in Southern California leading the way in promoting new cutting-edge strategies and skills to create safe and healthy communities. This conference has been created to connect all sectors with each other and with experts in healthy communities, substance abuse prevention, and innovative programs for safer and healthier neighborhoods and cities.

The 2016 National Innovative Communities Conference focuses on community and individual health as a whole. Participants will enjoy and learn from over twenty-five interactive breakout sessions covering topics from  a health pipeline to violence to substance abuse prevention.

Every year this conference focuses on a particular aspect of health, this year’s conference focus is healthy communities planning and development. With keynotes from the California Department of Transportation and the Southern California Association of Governments highlighting the planning efforts and innovations surrounding healthy cities and communities. This year’s theme is “We’re All Connected,” bringing community leaders, members, educators, providers, and health care professionals together  and connecting efforts in creating healthy and thriving communities.

Registration is free thanks to sponsors at SANBAG and The GoHuman Campaign. The conference will take place over two days at the Ontario Convention Center on Tuesday and Wednesday June 21 -22 from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please visit www.pic-nicc.org for more information and registration or contact us at 909-982-8641. With over 1,500 attendees in 2015 we hope to grow and make the 2016 NIC Conference even bigger and better.

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