Tackling Food Insecurity With Liberty County Community Coalition

A joint effort was made to tackle one of the most critical problems faced by our community—food insecurity. At Emergency Hospital Systems (EHS), we are proud to work alongside the Liberty
County Community Coalition to promote the welfare of our community.

The Liberty County Community Coalition held its quarterly meeting on March 5th at the Entergy Building in Cleveland. Entergy Texas sponsored the event, providing lunch and snacks for all participants. Maria Chiappe is the Liberty County Community Coalition’s coordinator and Communications Coordinator for Emergency Hospital Systems.

Three guest speakers shared their invaluable experiences and perspectives on Food Insecurity during the meeting. The speakers were Christine Shippey, representing Covenant with Christ, Sophia Johnson from Repair the Breach Ministries, and Christine Swayne, representing Operation Refuge. Their insights sparked meaningful discussions on how our community can address this issue.

The meeting served as a platform for open dialogue, fostering an environment where diverse perspectives and experiences were valued. Representatives from various sectors, including healthcare, local government, nonprofits, and community leaders, came together to share their insights and possible solutions to the problem.

One of the key highlights of the meeting was the sharing of insights and data regarding the prevalence of food insecurity within Liberty County. Through collaborative research and analysis, participants gained a deeper understanding of the root causes and systemic challenges contributing to this issue.

As advocates for health and wellness, we recognize the importance of addressing food insecurity through collaborative efforts.

The Liberty County Community Coalition is a collaborative group that works together to enhance Liberty County residents’ physical and mental well-being. The coalition aims to identify service gaps and provide resources and education to fill those gaps. The group meets quarterly to discuss the most pressing issues in the community, fostering open dialogue, resource sharing, and networking.

Tackling Food Insecurity
From left to right: Robin Gandara with FamilyTime Crisis & Counseling Center; Sophia Johnson with Repair the Breach Ministries; Christine Shippey with Covenant with Christ; Christine Swayne with Operation Refuge; Maria Chiappe with EHS; Stacey Brown with The Health Center of Southeast Texas; and Corrin Barrow with Entergy Texas.
Tackling Food Insecurity
From left to right: Sophia Johnson from Repair the Breach Ministries, Christine Swayne from Operation Refuge, and Christine Shippey from Covenant with Christ.

Tackling Food Insecurity

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