U.P. Health Departments Launch Campaign to Promote LOCAL Public Health

This summer, U.P. public health departments teamed up to promote the importance of local public health, to raise awareness of the public health services provided in local communities, and to build stronger community relationships.

To bring these goals to life, the six U.P. health departments formed the U.P. Local Public Health
Partnership. The partnership consists of the:

• Chippewa County Health Department,
• Dickinson-Iron District Health Department,
• LMAS District Health Department,
• Marquette County Health Department,
• Public Health, Delta & Menominee Counties,
• and Western Upper Peninsula Health Department.

Together, partners created a U.P.-wide campaign of commercials, billboards, radio ads, and
social media posts and videos featuring real health department staff providing real services in
the community. This content starts airing in August. The campaign will also feature community

Overall, the U.P. Local Public Health Partnership wants people to know that, as local public
health professionals, “We live here. We work here. We care about you, your family and the
communities we serve.” As a reminder, local health departments provide a variety of programs
for all stages of life – designed to support and protect the health and well-being for all who live
in the Upper Peninsula.

To see promotional and informational content, visit lphcares.com.

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