“Charleston, South Carolina..All the ingredients of a healthy life are here year-round, on land and water, from an above-average number of teams, sports clubs and gyms to fresh, healthy food galore.”
Parade January 12, 2020
The Office of Community Oriented Policing (COP) within the Charleston Police Department ensures that our officers, from the Chief down to a new officer, understand that building positive community partnerships is just as important as reducing crime and the fear of crime in the community. One way we build community partnerships is by participating in non-law enforcement initiatives like Farmacy. Farmacy’s primary mission is to assist those citizens who are in need by providing them with fresh produce. The police department sees this as an opportunity to interact with the public in a positive manner.[Read more…]
The City of Charleston partnered with I Will Reflect and IMPACT Melanoma to install sunscreen dispensers in various parks and public spaces throughout the city, including Brittlebank and Hampton Parks, White Point Gardens, and the Ravenel Bridge pedestrian walkway, and many more. As you participate in recreational activities, programs or events, take advantage of this service.
Sport SPF 30 sunscreen is dispensed in measured doses and is free to use. Keep an eye out for these dispensers and be sure to protect your skin while you’re out enjoying the sun in our beautiful city! Current LOCATIONS
The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) recently featured a press release highlighting their participation in the Charleston Healthy Business Challenge. This critical partnership will further strengthen the healthy work environment initiatives established in one of Charleston’s most respected institutions. Read the press release here!
Moultrie News recently published an article highlighting phentermine the launch of the Charleston Healthy Business Challenge.
The Medical University of South Carolina’s participation in the Charleston Healthy Business Challenge was recently mentioned on the Post and Courier Website. Read the article here!