Marathon County Health Department Receives a National Grant to Improve Local Public Health Services among 18 Local and Tribal Health Departments

This is a press release announcing the receipt of a two-year grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to explore how cross-jurisdictional sharing might help Marathon County Health Department, with 18 other local public health agencies, fulfill its mission of protecting and promoting the health of the community. It was developed by the Northwoods Shared Services Project in Wisconsin, a member of the Center’s Shared Services Learning Community.

Available online (pdf): https://phsharing.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/WI_Marathon_PressRelease013113.pdf

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  • Communications: This is a press release to announce the receipt of funds to explore cross-jurisdictional sharing.

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  • Why? / Phase One: This press release explains what cross-jurisdictional sharing is and how it can benefit the community.
  • What? / Phase One: The press release explains what cross-jurisdictional sharing is and how it might be used to benefit the community.
  • Who? / Phase One: This press release lists all of the counties involved in the grant to explore cross-jurisdictional sharing.
  • Communications / Phase Two: This is a press release to announce the receipt of funds to explore cross-jurisdictional sharing.