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A place for ideas and community

We hope our web forums provide a virtual space for building community, exchanging ideas, and discussion.

We have started a list of FAQ to ease your introduction to our web forums, and provide ready answers to questions you might have about finding your way around a forum and participating in our discussions. Feel free to contact us if you have a question regarding the web forums that is not included in the list.

The many features and tools of a web forum enable you to customize your working space. None are required to navigate, read or post a message or article to a forum.

While your first visit to any web forum may seem overwhelming and a bit confusing, it only takes a few visits to become familiar and comfortable with the basics.

The Healthy Communities Web Forum is a space for ongoing social discourse on the philosophies and practices surrounding healthy communities. We hope the forum offers visitors and participants an opportunity to share information, get to know one another, build networks, exchange ideas, or search through the storehouse of knowledge that the forum contains.

We welcome your suggestions and comments.

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