Reports and Digests
HC Link’s 2015-16 Year in Review provides highlights of our consulting services, learning & networking events, and resources & information-sharing services last year. In this year’s edition, we focus on showcasing the work we do through service snapshots and infographics that illustrate the measure, impact and response to our capacity-building services. Ce document est également disponible en français.
This collection of infographics illustrates our range of services, who we worked with and some outcomes of our work in 2015-16.
2014-15 marks HC Link’s 5th year working with community groups, organizations and partnerships to build healthy vibrant communities in Ontario. Over the year, we delivered 453 services, in English and French, to 5901 individuals in communities across the province. This Year in Review provides a glimpse of our work and accomplishments in 2014-15. Ce document est également disponible en français.
This infographic illustrates the range of services HC Link offered in French and English in the 2014-2015 year and also discusses the effectiveness and outcomes of our work.
This Year in Review presents highlights, accomplishments and stories from our work in 2013/14 to increase community capacity for health promotion in Ontario. The document profiles HC Link's core services – customized consultations, learning events, information and resources, and network support – as well as our 2013 provincial conference and approach to French Language Services. Ce document est également disponible en français.
This inaugural report shares the highlights and accomplishments from HC Link's work in 2011/2012.
The Digest PLUS is an expanded issue of our weekly HC Link News Digest. It features focussed information on a specific topic related to building healthy, vibrant communities - in addition to the usual weekly round-up of news, resources and events. Subscription to HC Link News is open to members of Ontario community groups, organizations and partnerships working in health promotion or healthy communities.