Worldwide there is tremendous interest in living happier, healthier lifestyles. Our goal is to ensure physical activity, nutrition, and motivational educational programming, wellness workshops, activities, and conferences are held to address the needs of all people regardless of age, gender, race, social or economic conditions. We know that lifestyle behavior directly affects the course of many illnesses for the better or worse. Now is the time for implementing effective ways of changing lifestyle behaviors for the good of the community and making it last. Your donation will help us achieve this goal!
Our Employer Workforce Health & Wellness Programs and Business/Residential Community Services (based on the 4 pillars of health template, see image to the left ) focus on creating a culture of health.
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Greg Taylor, Founder and President of Vibrant Health & Wellness Foundation (VHWF), a non-profit organization which focus on health-wellness education and chronic disease prevention, is pleased to announce an implementation partnership with FHI 360, a non-profit human development organization and their subcontractor, University of Maryland’s Horowitz Center for Health Literacy, on a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) diabetes prevention project. Taylor said, this unique opportunity with FHI 360 will allow VHWF to expand its “Living Vibrant”
community health-wellness initiative to determine the efficacy of whether participants in a CDC-recognized diabetes prevention program who joined and participated with a partner—such as a spouse, partner, family member, or good friend—rather than alone, as is currently done, would have greater levels of success in the 12-month lifestyle change program.
Greg Taylor announces the relocation of the INTEGRATED MEDICAL CENTER as part of the “Living Vibrant Project” Initiative, Capitol Heights, Maryland 20743
Largo, Maryland, August 27, 2019- "It is with excitement that I announce the transition of INTEGRATED MEDICAL CENTER (IMC) to the Capitol Heights, MD 20743 area” He said this initiative is part of VHWF strategy to improve community access to healthcare.
This initiative holds the promise of positively impacting health outcomes and costs for our community residents wanting to prevent unnecessary illness and helping those struggling with chronic diseases to learn better self-care strategies via lifestyle behavior modification and medical intervention. Additionally, this effort will make important contributions to the infrastructure needed for expanding access to care and improving population health management. Capitol Heights, Maryland is considered a Health Enterprise Zone (HEZ) due to the high incidence of chronic diseases and shortage of healthcare providers. “The presence of Integrated Medical Center (IMC) will narrow gap in providing Primary and Urgent Care”, said Luke Terry, MD, an internal medicine physician that is considered an expert with myriads years of practice, perform physical exams and treat a wide spectrum of common illnesses in adult men and women.
11/20/2018 - CDC Grant Awarded
We are honored to be named as one of the partners that will assist Prince George's County Health Department execute a CDC Cooperative
Agreement to Improve Chronic Disease Health Care in Southern Maryland. This Five-year cooperative agreement funds clinical and public health interventions to help over a million residents in under-served areas prevent or manage diabetes, heart disease and stroke.
7/29/2018 - Greg Taylor, Announces The Launch Of “Living Vibrant” Capitol Heights, Maryland!
It is with great pleasure and excitement that I announce the development and launch of our Capitol Heights, Maryland, community health initiative “Living Vibrant" said Greg Taylor, Founder and President of Vibrant Health & Wellness Foundation (VHWF) Inc., a non-profit 501 (C) 3 organization that focus on creating a culture of health, while ensuring community residents heath-wellness needs are integrated and addressed in a more holistic approach. He said this initiative is made possible through funding and partnership with the Maryland Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities, and supported by the Prince George’s County, Health Department. This initiative holds promise of positively impacting the health outcomes and costs for our community residents wanting to prevent unnecessary illness, improve health outcome, and helping those struggling with chronic diseases better self-care manage via lifestyle behavior intervention.