Horizons Community Solutions

Horizons Community Solutions A culture of wellness that achieves optimal health for everyone. Horizons Community Solutions covers 32 counties in southwest Georgia: Atkinson Baker Ben Hill Berrien Brooks Calhoun Clay Clinch Coffee Colquitt Cook Crisp Decatur Dougherty Early Echols Grady Irwin Lanier Lee Lowndes Miller Mitchell Quitman Randolph Seminole Sumter Terrell Thomas Tift Turner Worth
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JOB OPENING - Research Specialists: Remote positions with estimated hours of 2-5 per week between December 2020 and Marc...
11/13/2020
Horizons Community Solutions | Research Specialist

JOB OPENING - Research Specialists: Remote positions with estimated hours of 2-5 per week between December 2020 and March 2021. Research Specialists will be trained to recruit study participants and then conduct research activities in a digital environment. Responsible for various research activities, which may include data collection and data entry as well as related administrative support and reporting duties. Currently seeking applicants who reside in southwest Georgia.

https://app.trinethire.com/companies/1341-horizons-community-solutions/jobs/31434-research-specialist

Job Summary This is a temporary part-time position and is dependent upon expected local research funding provided by Emory University. THIS POSITION IS REMOTE. The position involves variable, nontraditional hours estimated at 2-5 hours per week between December 2020 and March 2021. The research team...

Support Horizons by eating at El Vaqueros!
11/12/2020

Support Horizons by eating at El Vaqueros!

Eat at El Vaquero today to support Horizons!

Eat at El Vaquero today to support Horizons!
11/12/2020

Eat at El Vaquero today to support Horizons!

The Emory Prevention Research Center announces new mini-grants for Addressing Social Determinants of Health. Up to five ...
11/03/2020

The Emory Prevention Research Center announces new mini-grants for Addressing Social Determinants of Health. Up to five mini-grants will be awarded to support a community organizing approach to improve a social determinant of health in SW Georgia. Grant recipients will learn about evidence-based practices and will work with community members to develop and implement action plans.

Applications are due by December 7, 2020.

Visit El Vaquero on Thursday, November 12 to support Horizons!
11/03/2020

Visit El Vaquero on Thursday, November 12 to support Horizons!

Join us for the Tap into a Good Cause event on October 29 at Pretoria Fields. Thank you to Pretoria Fields and WALB for ...
10/16/2020

Join us for the Tap into a Good Cause event on October 29 at Pretoria Fields. Thank you to Pretoria Fields and WALB for supporting our organization!

The Emory Prevention Research Center is offering a free training webinar on Grant Writing on September 11th from 10-11:3...
08/19/2020

The Emory Prevention Research Center is offering a free training webinar on Grant Writing on September 11th from 10-11:30 am EST. Participants will receive an overview of how to write a successful grant proposal. Topics include: sections of a grant proposal, common pitfalls of unsuccessful proposals, writing a needs statement and project description, and reviewing a grant. If you attended the last webinar on Community Assessments, this webinar is a great follow-up!

Space is limited, so sign up now: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RFM8D58

The EPRC is offering a free training webinar on Community Assessment on Friday, August 14th from 10-11:30 am EST.Join Ca...
07/29/2020

The EPRC is offering a free training webinar on Community Assessment on Friday, August 14th from 10-11:30 am EST.

Join Cam Escoffery and Erin-Lebow-Skelley as they share an overview of how to conduct and manage a community assessment.

Other topics include:

- benefits of a community assessment
- types of data collection
- finding community or health data to inform future programing or grantwriting

Space is limited, so sign up now. Please register at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CRYLYNJ

Horizons Community Solutions is recruiting area smokers to participate in a focus group. Call today for more information...
07/29/2020

Horizons Community Solutions is recruiting area smokers to participate in a focus group. Call today for more information; 404-727-5527. Slots are limited.

Horizons Community Solutions is recruiting area smokers to participate in a focus group. Call today for more information...
07/21/2020

Horizons Community Solutions is recruiting area smokers to participate in a focus group. Call today for more information; 404-727-5527. Slots are limited.

03/30/2020
www.cdc.gov

Screening finds polyps so they can be removed before they turn into #ColorectalCancer #health #prevention #wellness #screening
https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/colorectal/pdf/couric_17x11_poster.pdf

A colonoscopy is not the only way to get screened forcolorectal cancer. FIT, is an at home kit foravailable for screenin...
03/27/2020
Colorectal Cancer Screening Tests | CDC

A colonoscopy is not the only way to get screened for
colorectal cancer. FIT, is an at home kit for
available for screening.

Got questions? Contact one of Horizons Community Cancer Screening Program Navigators to learn more about FIT testing. You may be eligible for FREE colorectal cancer screening.

https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/colorectal/basic_info/screening/tests.htm

Descriptions of colorectal (colon) cancer screening tests, including high-sensitivity fecal occult blood tests (FOBT), fecal immunochemical tests (FIT), FIT-DNA tests, flexible sigmoidoscopy, colonoscopy, and computed tomography (CT) colonography (virtual colonoscopy).

Why should you get screened for colorectal cancer whenyou don't have symptoms? The fact is, colorectal cancerdoesn't alw...
03/26/2020

Why should you get screened for colorectal cancer when
you don't have symptoms? The fact is, colorectal cancer
doesn't always cause symptoms, especially early on. Find
it early by getting screened. Talk to your doctor for more
information http://bit.ly/2fXqUsd

Why should you get screened for colorectal cancer whenyou don't have symptoms? The fact is, colorectal cancerdoesn't alw...
03/23/2020

Why should you get screened for colorectal cancer when
you don't have symptoms? The fact is, colorectal cancer
doesn't always cause symptoms, especially early on. Find
it early by getting screened. Talk to your doctor for more
information http://bit.ly/2fXqUsd

03/20/2020
www.cdc.gov

Screening for colorectal cancer is recommended for men
and women starting at age 50. Talking to your doctor can
sometimes be daunting and confusing. Here is a
brochure to help take charge of your health care:
http://bit.ly/2fVrXqb

If there were a way for you to prevent cancer, would youdo it? Colorectal cancer is one you can prevent!Screening finds ...
03/19/2020

If there were a way for you to prevent cancer, would you
do it? Colorectal cancer is one you can prevent!
Screening finds polyps so they can be removed before
they turn into colorectal cancer. Horizons' Community Cancer Screening Program can help you get a colorectal cancer screening. For more information call 229.352.9100.

03/18/2020
Colorectal Cancer Screening Stories | CDC

Joyce from Washington, DC says: "In 1992, my husband
and sister were diagnosed with colon cancer. They died
within four months of each other...I get a colonoscopy
regularly. I'm 71 and have had at least four of them. The
first two times, I had polyps which were painlessly
removed during the procedure. Do I enjoy the prep? No
way. But I see it as a small price to pay for enjoying the
rest of my life. The procedure itself has always been
painless, and afterwards I have gone out with friends to a
film or a walk, or gone back to work. I am passionate
about people getting a colonoscopy. I check with my
friends regularly to see if they are up-to-date on their
exams. I don't want to lose anyone else needlessly." Read
more personal stories here: http://bit.ly/2f0mtbC

Several people who had screening tests for colorectal cancer describe why they did it and what the experience was like for them.

Leading a healthy lifestyle by limiting alcohol intake andkeeping a healthy weight may lower your risk ofcolorectal canc...
03/17/2020
National Cancer Prevention Month

Leading a healthy lifestyle by limiting alcohol intake and
keeping a healthy weight may lower your risk of
colorectal cancer. Read more: http://bit.ly/2ezucm4

You can help prevent cancer by making healthy choices for you and your family.

There are several different ways to screen for polyps orcolorectal cancer. Colorectal cancer screening isrecommended for...
03/16/2020

There are several different ways to screen for polyps or
colorectal cancer. Colorectal cancer screening is
recommended for men and women aged 50 and older.
Talk to your doctor about which test is right for you:
http://bit.ly/2gh6fB4

03/14/2020

Horizons is working to ensure that we continue to serve our communities while taking precautions to protect the health of our employees and the communities we serve. Effective immediately, Horizons employees will telework, and our office will be closed. If you need assistance, please call our main line at (229) 352-9100 and one of our staff will assist you.

In light of growing concerns around COVID-19 and recommendations from the Governor and Public Health, Horizons has cance...
03/13/2020

In light of growing concerns around COVID-19 and recommendations from the Governor and Public Health, Horizons has cancelled the March Horizons at Sunset events, the Night for Hope and Golf Classic. The Horizons team will reschedule the events, and we will keep you updated in regards to the future event dates.

03/13/2020
www.cdc.gov

March is Colorectal Cancer Month! Colorectal cancer is
cancer that occurs in the colon or rectum. It is the second
leading cancer killer in the U.S., but it doesn't have to be.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2fVWYsV

03/12/2020

Check out this #throwbackthursday video from Captain Colon! Screening saves lives. #colorectalcancerawareness #prevention #horizons #health

Call 229-352-9100 for more information about our Community Cancer Screening Program.

Meryl Streep discusses the importance of colorectal cancer screening for men and women aged 50 and older. She talks abou...
03/11/2020
Screen for Life: Meryl Streep (:60)

Meryl Streep discusses the importance of colorectal cancer screening for men and women aged 50 and older. She talks about getting screened herself and urges others to do the same. http://bit.ly/2oKp5ov

This Public Service Announcement features Meryl Streep who discusses the importance of colorectal cancer screening for men and women aged 50 and older. Ms. S...

Thank you to our Albany Night for Hope Bronze Sponsors!
03/10/2020

Thank you to our Albany Night for Hope Bronze Sponsors!

Thank you to our Albany Night for Hope Silver Sponsors!
03/10/2020

Thank you to our Albany Night for Hope Silver Sponsors!

Did you know? African American adults are more likely to get and die from colorectal cancer than any other race/ethnicit...
03/10/2020
Your Wake-Up Call

Did you know? African American adults are more likely to get and die from colorectal cancer than any other race/ethnicity. Screening can help reduce disparities. Find out more from Terrance Howard: http://bit.ly/2f4fr9h

Golden Globe® and Academy Award® nominated actor and musician Terrence Howard has joined CDC's Screen for Life: National Colorectal Cancer Action Campaign! M...

United Way of Southwest Georgia
03/09/2020

United Way of Southwest Georgia

Partnerships matter! Great Community Advisory Board Meeting discussing implementation plans for Healthy Homes/Healthy Families and cancer prevention. We are super excited about our new collaboration with Emory Prevention Research Center - EPRC & Horizons Community Solutions!

#LiveUnited #EmoryUnited #HorizonsUnited #211 #HealthyHomes #HealthyFamilies #GoFightWin

Get the facts about #ColorectalCancer. #prevention #colorectalcancerawarnessmonth
03/09/2020

Get the facts about #ColorectalCancer. #prevention #colorectalcancerawarnessmonth

Are you uninsured and in need of colorectal cancer screening? You may be eligible for our Community Cancer Screening Pro...
03/06/2020

Are you uninsured and in need of colorectal cancer screening? You may be eligible for our Community Cancer Screening Program. This service offers no cost screenings to eligible persons. Call us at 229-352-9100 for more information!

It’s National Wear Blue Day! COLORECTAL CANCER AWARENESS MONTH 2020
03/06/2020

It’s National Wear Blue Day!
COLORECTAL CANCER AWARENESS MONTH 2020

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