The Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth (VFHY) announces its Best Value Request for Proposals (RFP) funding opportunity for research projects.
The Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth (VFHY) is excited to announce two upcoming Requests for Proposals (RFPs) to help promote its mission of empowering youth to make healthy choices.
The Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth (VFHY) is proud to announce the Empower Series —a collection of virtual events aimed to help youth, advocates, and decision makers empower others to make healthy choices.
On Jul. 2, 2020 we were joined by Dr. Brian King of the CDC as he presented on The Rise of E-Cigarettes: Implications for Public Health.
Opening remarks on tobacco control were provided by American Heart Association’s Virginia Government Relations Director Chelsi Bennett, J.D. Bennett also served as the moderator of a brief Q & A after Dr. King’s presentation.
This webinar was co-hosted by the Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth and Prevention Connections in a new webinar series for the public.
RICHMOND, VA. – Today, youth activism is impacting meaningful social, political and environmental change and commonwealth teens are joining in on this powerful work. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) included Y Street, Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth’s (VFHY) youth engagement program, in a guide of initiatives across the country demonstrating best practices for tobacco prevention and control.
The Salem Area Ecumenical Ministries HCAT (SAEM/HCAT) is continuing to support the ongoing feeding programs at the food pantries that have been established at Andrew Lewis Middle School and Salem High School through funding by the Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth’s Healthy Communities Action Team (HCAT) grant.
In mid-March, Healthy Suffolk staff became concerned that the coronavirus was going to have a serious impact on program delivery. Their planned gardening program model had included working with children and their families in group settings at their teaching/demonstration garden at the East Suffolk Recreation Center.
The Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth (VFHY) requests your assistance in building the VFHY 2020 Regional Training schedule for May – Sep. 2020 by completing a Training Interest Survey.
At the Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth (VFHY), we understand the ongoing COVID-19/Coronavirus situation has implications for our grant-funded initiatives and the people who support them. Our first step to protect our grantees and stakeholders was to cancel our Reduce Tobacco Use Conference and Substance Use Prevention Summit next month in Alexandria, Virginia.
Dive into our next Empower Series event as we continue to put youth center in the conversation