Join our network of partners across North Carolina living out their faith by promoting and pursuing good health. Application open Jan. 15-Nov. 30.
Congregations who join the PHW Collaborative and did not receive a grant in the 2019 fall cycle are eligible to apply in our 2020 winter cycle. Application open Feb. 1-Mar. 31.
Learn more about how we're teaming up with faith communities across North Carolina to be equipped with the resources for responding compassionately to the Opioid epidemic.
Faith communities and people of faith have felt the impacts of COVID-19. We hope these resources will help you stay grounded spiritually and emotionally.
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Partners in Health and Wholeness (PHW), an initiative of the North Carolina Council of Churches, is designed to bridge issues of faith, health, and justice. In order to live out the example of Jesus Christ – someone who dedicated his life to healing the sick, guiding the lost, and comforting the downcast – this initiative seeks to provide people of faith with the tools necessary to lead healthier more fulfilling lives. We believe that “health” is defined by many factors that support holistic well-being. This belief is what inspired the development of the four cornerstones of healthy eating, physical activity, tobacco cessation, and mental health to guide us in our work. By improving the health and well-being of people of faith, we hope to impact the larger community and ultimately reduce the health care burden on our state. Thanks to The Duke Endowment and BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina Foundation for making this work possible!