Tennesseans are making our cities, towns, counties, neighborhoods, and campuses healthier, one community at a time
In more than 100 locations across Tennessee, local citizens are making the quality of life better in our state, on community at a time. They’re taking part in a grassroots movement with simple, free, and effective ways to help their friends and neighbors be more active, eat more nutritious food, and stay away from tobacco.
Here's what people are saying about the community-based campaign to make this a healthier state
By participating in the Healthier Tennessee Communities program, we are improving the lives of so many people in Tullahoma by encouraging physical activity, better nutrition, and fewer people using tobacco.Mayor Lane CurleeCity of Tullahoma
Making our citizens healthier not only helps us attract new employers, it also increases the productivity of our workers and keeps them on the job. A healthy workforce and a healthy community are top priorities in Crockett County.Charlie MooreChamber Director, Crockett County
Is your community on the map?
Find the cities, towns, counties, neighborhoods, and campuses that are getting healthier and those that have received official designation.
Find out how your county, town or suburban community is following the steps to get healthier and be officially recognized for it.
In Tennessee’s largest cities, people are teaming up with the folks next door and down the block to create Healthier Tennessee Neighborhoods.
Students, faculty, and staff on college and university campuses are part of the movement, too.