TFAH is proud to work with these leaders and state and local health departments that have been recognized as Age-Friendly Public Health Systems. Learn more about the Program and how to enroll.

AFPHS Exemplars

Sarasota County, FL Joins NY State in Earning Age-Friendly Public Health Recognition DOH-Sarasota completed ten significant action steps as part of TFAH’s Age-Friendly Public Health Systems Recognition Program. The county’s achievement demonstrates its commitment to and support of the health and well-being of its older adults… Read more.

New York State Department of Health Achieves Age-Friendly Public Health Systems Recognition
The New York State Department of Health is the first state health department to complete the ten action steps of TFAH’s Age-Friendly Public Health Systems Recognition Program… Read more.

California Department of Public Health Achieves Age-Friendly Public Health Systems Recognition
The California Department of Public Health is now an AFPHS Exemplar.

AFPHS Advanced Recognition

Florida Department of Health in Alachua County

Florida Department of Health in Brevard County

Florida Department of Health Charlotte County

Florida Department of Health in Citrus County

Florida Department of Health in Collier County

Florida Department of Health in Hernando County

Florida Department of Health in Hillsborough County

Florida Department of Health in Indian River County

Florida Department of Health in Jackson County

Florida Department of Health Liberty County

Florida Department of Health in Marion County

Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County

Florida Department of Health in Seminole County

Florida Department of Health in St. Lucie County

Florida Department of Health in Walton County

AFPHS Recognition

Florida Department of Health in Clay County

AFPHS Champions

Congratulations to these individuals! They are building their expertise in healthy aging through TFAH’s AFPHS monthly trainings. There are currently over 40 Champions across the country. They include:

Robin Albrandt – Washington State Department of Health

Karissa Anderson – California Department of Public Health

Kathy Black – University of South Florida

Kim Boon – Washington State Department of Social and Health Services

Bonita Campo – Washington State Department of Health

Megan Carmichael – Florida Department of Health Pasco County

Jane Carmondy – The John A. Hartford Foundation

RuthAnn Craven – Healthcare Association of New York State

Kathy Cubit – Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of Elders (CARIE)

Jessica Garcia – Benton-Franklin Health District

Ye Fan Glavin – Case Western Reserve University, School of Medicine

Elizabeth Jones – California Department of Public Health

Buffi LaDue – Washington State Department of Health

Lorna Mangus – University of Kentucky

Sally Pitt – Tennessee Department of Health

Kimberly Sampson – Mississippi State Department of Health

Jamie Teuteberg – Washington State Health Care Authority

Nancy Wexler – The John A. Hartford Foundation

Kina White – Mississippi State Department of Health

Nancy Witty – Florida Department of Health in Citrus County