Collaborations & Initiatives

Age Wave Logo

The Age Wave Initiative of Lebanon County is a group of volunteer business, health care and aging services professionals concerned with the changing demographics of the Baby Boom generation and advocating for those new or additional services that may be needed.

Communities that Care

Communities That Care (CTC) is a process that takes communities through a well-defined and structured process to prevent adolescent problem behaviors and promote positive youth development.  Lebanon County has been designated as by the Communities that Care organization since the mid-2000’s.

The Better Together initiative is a multi-agency collaboration in Lebanon County that the Community Health Council participates in.  Over 60 agencies in the county are working together to break down silos and work collaboratively in order to improve the quality of life and create a healthier environment for all citizens. 

Formed in 1990 under the United Way of Lebanon County, the Coalition now operates as part of the Community Health Council. The purpose of the LCCEH is to provide leadership in the eradication and prevention of homelessness in Lebanon County.

Lebanon County Tobacco Coalition

The Lebanon County Tobacco Coalition offers a wide range of tobacco control services for the community

Teen Pregnancy Prevention and Support Network

The mission of the Lebanon County Teen Pregnancy Prevention and Support Network is to be the resource on teen sexual health for Lebanon County residents. The objective is of the network to prevent teen pregnancy through education, asset building and awareness. Also, advocate for the needs of teen parents in order to prevent future pregnancies during the teen years.

The Lebanon County Suicide Prevention Task Force is a collaboration of community members, providers, and schools working together for the prevention of suicide.

Mentor A Mother is a mentoring program based in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, founded by two Registered Nurses who recognized a need to support young mothers within their community. In a group mentoring setting, young mothers between the ages of 13-20 years old are connected with women who are dedicated to encouraging successes within their educational, social, and parental goals.