Five hospital-led partnerships to improve community health received the AHA Dick Davidson NOVA Award. The winning programs are: Stark County Toward Health Resiliency for Infant Vitality and Equality, Canton, Ohio; Project Ujima, Milwaukee; Women-Inspired Neighborhood Network: Detroit; House of Mercy Homeless Center, Janesville, Wis.; and the Transforming Communities Initiative, Livonia, Mich. Read more.

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