Invest Health Roseville
Invest Health Roseville is dedicated to improving the quality of life and community well-being in Downtown Roseville's core neighborhoods of: Roseville Heights, Cherry Glenn, and Thieles Manor, through projects that will result in positive health outcomes for residents of those neighborhoods.
Invest Health is guided by a diverse, cross-sector Advisory Committee composed of residents and members of the healthcare, education, business and govermnet sectors.
As one of ten Invest Health cities in the country, HEC serves as the lead organization for this multi-sector collaborative effort to improve the quality of life and community well-being in Downtown Roseville's core neighborhoods through projects resulting in positive health outcomes for residents of those neighborhoods. The Invest Health Advisory committee meets monthly to leverage resources, partnerships and bring new investments to improve health. Prior to the COVID-19 stay-at-home order, HEC worked closely with the City of Roseville and community residents to improve the safety and increase usability of Weber Park which is located within the downtown core neighborhoods.
Because of COVID-19 stay-at-the-home order, the Invest Health Advisory Committee convened monthly stakeholder meetings virtually. Additionally, due to the longstanding partnership of Invest Health, the City of Roseville asked HEC to lead the Family Meal Roseville program, a free meal program which provided nearly 16,000 meals to low-income individuals and families in need within the City of Roseville between May and June 2020.