Healthy Community Living: Real People. Real Places.

About the Project

The Healthy Community Living project is about all people having opportunities to live well and participate fully in their communities.

We are looking for pictures of people, with and without disabilities, at home and in their communities sharing snapshots of their day, whatever they are doing!

The media HCL collects becomes public, and will also go to support two classes: Community Living Skills and Living Well in the Community. These classes will improve people’s health by providing support, health promotion, education and opportunities for people to succeed by reaching personal goals.  Students can learn to explore skills for community living both online and in person with peers and allies.

People, with and without disabilities, deserve to have authentic pictures and stories depicting their lives. Real People. Real Places.

We are already getting great pictures and stories to tell the story of our communities, and with support from the public, we can get more. To learn more about HCL, please visit: www.healthycommunityliving.com or email Justice Ender @ justice.ender@mso.umt.edu.

Healthy Community Living is a project of The University of Montana – Rural Institute for Inclusive Communities, RTC: Rural and is funded by National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research (90DP0073).

 

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