Will County MAPP Collaborative

Agencies Participating in MAPP

Many companies and agencies make up the MAPP Collaborative. They may provide one or more of the essential core public health functions; including, but not limited to, community based organizations, social service agencies, hospitals, community health centers, local health department, schools, colleges and universities, law enforcement and businesses.  

WEWill WorkHealthy

WEWill WorkHealthy

The WEWILL WorkHealthy award program is an initiative of the MAPP Collaborative to promote a culture of wellness in the workplace. The award program recognizes Will County workplaces that are committed to improving employee health and well-being through six main areas of worksite wellness: health promotion/education, physical activity, mental health, environmental health, nutrition, and safety.

RETHINK YOUR DRINK

RETHINK YOUR DRINK

Join the fight against sugar-sweetened beverages, the number one source of added sugar in our diets

An educational campaign to engage Will County citizens and agencies to reduce sugar-sweetened beverage consumption.

KNOW WHERE TO GO

KNOW WHERE TO GO

An effort to help residents find and utilize a Medical Home as an alternative to ER’s, as well as Quick Care Clinics for medical non-emergencies. 

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