Saint Luke's Foundation


Healthy People Resources

Welcome! Please check back with us frequently – we look forward to sharing resources with you each quarter that can help you learn about
our short-term and long-term program strategies in greater detail. We will also share other general Healthy People program-related topics of interest.

Additionally, we invite you to share resources with us that align with our Healthy People program area. Links to suggested resources can be emailed to Heather Torok, Senior Program Officer for Healthy People at

Program Strategy Area Resources

Promote Health Home Model of Care

Reduce Obesity

Youth & Obesity


Contact our Senior Program Officer for Healthy People, Heather Torok!

If you have questions about this program area or would like more information, call or email Heather today.

(216) 431-8010 |


Download our Healthy People
Program Strategy Information Sheet

We considered how Saint Luke’s Foundation could best use its resources, networks and position to have measurable impact in this community. Our refined approach for our Healthy People program strategy sets a clear, mission-aligned direction for short-term and long-term outcomes to improve and transform the heath and well-being of individuals, families and communities.

Download it here!

Additional Helpful
Healthy People Resources 


Affordable Care Act (ACA) Downloads

Starting on October 1, 2013, millions of Americans can find and enroll in quality, affordable coverage through health insurance marketplaces. To learn about these changes under the Affordable Care Act, watch this video.

Downloadable links to other important information pertaining to the ACA:

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for more information.


Capacity Building Information

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Vacant to Vibrant Project in Area Neighborhoods

(5.15.15) A Strong Neighborhood Grantee Cleveland Botanical Garden is putting the finishing touches on three small stormwater parks in Woodland Hills neighborhood of Cleveland.These combined green stormwater infrastructure/community recreation spaces are part of “Vacant to Vibrant,” a 3-city project to transform small vacant lots into community assets. Click here to read more.


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