re:TH!NK What Healthy Looks Like
re:TH!NK, Winnebago’s Healthy Living Partnership, is a community healthy living coalition working to create a place where everyone has the opportunity to live the healthiest life possible. Over 500 people and 60 organizations are engaged with re:TH!NK. We encourage you to get involved, because together we can transform our community into a place where healthy choices are easier, accessible and part of everyday life. re:TH!NK is supported by the Winnebago County Health Department.
Safe Routes to Parks (SRTP) is the National Recreation and Parks Association’s campaign to implement environmental, policy, and program strategies that create safe and equitable access to parks for all people. These strategies align with the goals of the 10-Minute...read more
Thank you to East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (ECWRPC) for being a long-term and loyal partner of re:TH!NK. ECWRPC has done a lot of work with re:THINK's Active Communities and Social Connectedness teams, especially in our latest project. ECWRPC...read more
Big kudos to Alana Erickson for taking the lead on coordinating several community book reads throughout Winnebago County! So far, there has been a community book read in Neenah with 8 participants, Winneconne with 7 participants, and Oshkosh with 6 participants....read more
We are excited to focus our upcoming re:TH!NK Workshop on the topic of social connectedness, featuring Paul Born of the Tamarack Institute. Our workshops are a way to provide focused learning on important topics our coalition members find value in. This free event is...read more
re:TH!NK held its annual Legislative Breakfast on Friday, May 3rd. Over 20 elected officials representing school districts, city councils, village boards, law enforcement and state legislators attended the "building relationships for better health" discussing the...read more
A temporary crosswalk has "popped up" at the corner of 5th Avenue and Knapp Street in Oshkosh. A pop-up is a resident-led approach to neighborhood building using short-term, low-cost and scale-able interventions to catalyze long-term change. Residents of Sacred Heart...read more