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Living Healthy Workshops

Do you have a chronic health condition or care for a loved one with a chronic health condition?  Living Healthy is a FREE six week workshop series that will provide you with the support, information, and encouragement you need to Put Life Back into Your Life!

Dates:  Wednesdays for six weeks starting October 15th from 10:00am-12:30pm

Location:  Morgan Estates Community Center, 4339 Clearview Drive, Geneseo

How to Register:  Call 585-335-4358 or click HERE to register by e-mail

For more information, click Living Healthy Fall 2014 flyer.pdf 
for the Living Healthy Workshop flyer!


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Volunteer Opportunities   

Have an interest in Volunteering?
There's an agency that needs you! 

Click here for volunteer opportunities in Livingston County.


Keeping Youth Healthy

Click below to download the 2013/2014 Resource Guide

2013-2014 Keeping Youth Healthy Guide.pdf

Resources For Parents   

Below are some resources for parents to help in discussing tough issues with their kids. Click here for the materials.

Materials include:

  • Online Exposure: An E-Guide for Parents
  • Keeping Your Teens Drug-Free: A Family Guide
  • The Teenage Brain
  • Parent-Teen Driving Contract
  • Safe Homes Program: a parent support and networking campaign based on the belief that to prevent a child from using drugs, you need to create an environment where drug use is not acceptable. Click here for more information.
Our Funding   

The Genesee Valley Health Partnership receives major
funding from Livingston County and the New York State Office of Rural Health




Livingston County Ranks # 1 in the State!

Congratulations to Livingston County, Genesee Valley Health Partnership, and all of our partners! This is a testament to the hard work and collaboration of Livingston County agencies.

For more information:County Health Rankings & Roadmaps

Livingston County Healthiest in NYS


GVHP Board Meeting: 01/08/2015 at 12:00pm at the Highway Department Conference Room in Mt. Morris.

General Membership Meeting: Following the GVHP board meeting on 01/08/2015 at 2:00pm at the Highway Department Conference Room in Mt. Morris.


Emotional and Social Health: 12/10/2014 at 10:00am at CASA of Livingston County.

Suicide Prevention Task Force:  01/13/2015 at 3:00pm at Hamptons Corners Complex.

Safe Communities: 12/16/14 at 9:00am at the Government Center in Geneseo in room 208.

Chronic Disease: 01/21/2015 at 2:00pm at the Livingston County Department of Health in room 301.

Access to Care: 01/22/2015 at 9:30am at the Chamber of Commerce.

All are welcome.

Welcome to our online HelpSource, a place where you can quickly & easily find: 

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Bullying Information   
Over the next year, the Safe Communities Committee will be conducting a media campaign around anti-bullying and violence prevention in Livingston County.  

Click here for resources!



The content of the GVHP HelpSource is provided for general information only and is not intended in any way to substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health professional if you have any concern about your health. If you are in the United States and think you are having a medical or health emergency, call your health care professional, or 911, immediately.