Serving Elmore, Montgomery and Pike Counties

About The Initiative

In July 2021, the City of Montgomery and other grant partners, were awarded $3.9 Million by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' - Office of Minority Health as part of the federal Advancing Health Literacy to Enhance Equitable Community Responses to COVID-19 Initiative.

The Central Alabama Neighborhood Health Initiative (CANHI) was founded to collaboratively increase the rates of COVID-19 testing and vaccinations, increase health literacy, improve patient experience, and patient-provider relations in Elmore, Montgomery, and Pike Counties.

CANHI will demonstrate the effectiveness of working with local community-based organizations to develop health literacy plans. The hope is to increase the availability, acceptability, and use of COVID-19 public health information and services by racial and ethnic minority populations.

Using local data, we will identify communities at the highest risk for health disparities and low health literacy as well as those not currently reached through existing public health campaigns.

Upcoming Events

march, 2023

In The Community

October 18, 2022

Brundidge hosts CANHI’s Pike County Kick-Off Event

On Saturday, October 1, 2022, Mayor Isabell Boyd and the City of Brundidge hosted CANHIs CANHI’s Pike County Kick-Off Event. The day was filled with fun, […]
August 12, 2022

Highlights From the First Week of August

River Region Connects (August 4) CANHI joined a host of local social services providers for the Mid-Alabama Coalition for the Homeless (MACH) Resource Fair. Participants received […]
August 1, 2022

Saturday Packed with Community Events

King Hill The CANHI Team was onsite at the Tracy Larkin Community Center (Montgomery, AL), for the King Hill Community’s Back-to-School Bash and Community Seed Planting Ceremony.  Esther, […]

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