Rising Together: Shorecrest, Miami + Community Health Mapping Initiative 2017 is a climate justice initiative of UU Justice Florida and the National Library of Medicine’s Community Health Mapping Initiative
City of Miami Shorecrest Community Meeting August 24, 2017
Community Health Mapping Training September 18, 2017
Sampling Water Bubbling From the Storm Drain in the Northbound Right Hand lane of NE 10 Ave at NE 79 St.
Dr. Susan Jacobson and FIU Students at NE 79 St and NE 10 Ave.Dr. Susan Jacobson and FIU Students at NE 79 St and NE 10 Ave.
Climate Justice Organizer Training September 21, 2017
Community Health Mapping Initiative Trainings October 6, 2017
Shorecrest King Tide Data Collection October 7, 2017
Shorecrest Community Meeting October 24, 2017
This project is made possible by the generous support of our funders:
And generous in kind support from New Florida Majority, Miami.
Outreach Materials modified for use in Shorecrest, Miami can be accessed at these links:
- Health and Climate Fact Sheet Shorecrest, Miami 2017 (English)
- Health and Climate Fact Sheet Shorecrest, Miami 2017 (Creole)
- Health and Climate Fact Sheet Shorecrest, Miami 2017 (Spanish)
- Rising Together: Shorecrest, Miami 2017 Survey (English)
- Rising Together: Shorecrest, Miami 2017 Survey (Spanish)
- Rising Together: Shorecrest, Miami 2017 Survey (Creole)
- King Tide Safety and Tips (September 2017))
- King Tide Safety Tips (October 2017)
- Outreach Report Form
- Outreach Leader Report Form
- Participant Feedback Form
- ReACT ToolKit for the Climate Outreach Team (English)
- Photo or Video Consent Form
- Shorecrest Training PowerPoint
- Shorecrest Addresses Eligible for Parking Passes
If you would like to know more about Rising Together: Shorecrest, Miami + NIH-Community Health Mapping Initiative, please fill out the contact form to the right.
This website is maintained by the Unitarian Universalist Justice Florida’s Climate Resilience Ministry. It was established by the Green Sanctuary Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton. The community pilot projects, on which the Community Toolkit was based, were undertaken in partnership with Developing Interracial Social Change (DISC) and Habitat for Humanity in Boca Raton, Florida; and Toussaint L’Ouverture High School for Arts and Social Justice in Delray Beach, Florida. Project Director for that effort was Janice T. Booher, MS. Pilot Project Manager Phase I was Dr. Ana Puszkin-Chevlin. Pilot Project Manager Phase II was Debra Weiss-Randall, Ed. D, CHES.
- This project is funded in part by the Unitarian Universalist Fund for Social Responsibility.
- Funding for this project was provided by the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton Endowment Fund.
- Funding for the project in Shorecrest, Miami with the Community Health Mapping Initiative is provided by the National Library of Medicine/NIH.
- Development of the ReACT Tool Kit and the Pilot Projects were funded by EPA Environmental Justice Grant #EQ-00D35415-0 awarded to the Green Sanctuary Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton.
Website designed and maintained by Janice T. Booher