Inclusive Health Coalition


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What is the Inclusive Health Coalition? 

The Inclusive Health Coalition is creating local level sustainability that promotes community and individual behavior change focusing on leadership and planning strategies which support community health inclusion. To create sustainability, the SC Inclusive Health Coalition is working to make SNAP-ED programs accessible, educate instructors from SNAP-ED and Drew Well Center, and create more community opportunities for health and wellness.


Who is a part of the IHC?

The South Carolina Inclusive Health Coalition is comprised of organizations and individuals focused on improving the access and inclusiveness of health programs and services, in South Carolina. Members include organizations focused on healthcare that include the Prisma healthcare system, USC School of Public Health, USC School of Physical Therapy, and hospitals that center on the rehabilitation of individuals with disabilities. Other groups associated with the coalition include organizations that serve people with disabilities. These organizations include South Carolina Commission for the Blind, Able South Carolina, USC Center for Disability Resources, Multiple Sclerosis Association, the Developmental Disabilities Council, United Cerebral Palsy Association, and self-advocates who are individuals with disabilities.

We are delighted to also have members of organizations that work to improve the quality of health for people in South Carolina take part as well. These organizations include Department Of Social Services, Department Of Health And Human Services, Eat Smart Move More, and the South Carolina Department of Health and Envionmental Control.



National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability (NCHPAD) is a public health practice and resource center on health promotion for people with disability. NCHPAD seeks to help people with disability and other chronic health conditions achieve health benefits through increased participation in all types of physical and social activities, including fitness and acquatic activities, recreational and sports programs, adaptive equipment usage, and more. NCHPAD actively works to create healthy equity for people with disability by providing individualized information, referral and consultation services to people with disability, families, caregivers, policymakers, community members, health care practitioners and public health professionals through an expansive array of web-based materials and health communication endeavors. 

We would love to have you join us and take part in making health a priority for all citizens of South Carolina!