2014–present - Janet Lewis, Executive Director
- Healthy Families
- Early Childhood Interest Group.
- Maine Community Foundation Early Childhood Planning Grant (2018-19)
- Healthy Eating
- Magic Food Bus expands to Penobscot in 2016, Brooksville in 2017, and Brooklin in 2019.
- Community Garden Project (2016).
- Garden Camps at Brooksville Elementary School (2017-2019).
- Virginia Wellington Cabot grant to support Garden Camp at Brooksville and Penobscot Elementary Schools (2018).
- United Way of Eastern Maine (2017 & 2018) and Maine Farmland Trust (2018) grants to support Healthy Eating activities.
- Food security screenings and resource promotion for seniors as part of EMHS's Partnerships to Improve Community Health
- Healthy Aging
- Thriving in Place Downeast (TiPD) implementation grant for 3 years, 2014–2017.
- Choices That Matter Community Conversations—advance care planning for peace of mind (2017).
- Age-Friendly Coastal Communities, in collaboration with AARP Maine and the nine towns of our service area (2017-present).
- Catalyzing Rural Health Transformation, MeHAF planning grant (2018), in collaboration with Northern Light Blue Hill Hospital.
- Accelerating Rural Health Transformation, MeHAF Community Paramedicine Project implementation grant (2019), in collaboration with Northern Light Blue Hill Hospital.
- Worked with Friends in Action to create the Visit with Friends Senior Coffeehouse in Blue Hill.
- Development and maintenance of Community Resource Guide in collaboration with Blue Hill Memorial Hospital
- Healthy Peninsula becomes a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization (2016)
2013–2014 - Barbara Peppey, Interim Director
- Thriving in Place planning grant from Maine Health Access Foundation (MeHAF)
- Magic Food Bus, Farms and Families
- Early Childhood Work Group
- Funding from Blue Hill Memorial Hospital and Eastern Maine Healthcare System
2012–2013 - Denise Black, Director
- Early Childhood Work Group conference 2013
- Magic Food Bus (expanded to Blue Hill 2013)
- Funding from Blue Hill Memorial Hospital
2009–2012 - Amy Vaughn, Director
- Ready By 21—Real World 101, Mentoring
- Magic Food Bus (started in 2011 in Sedgwick, 2012 Deer Isle/Stonington)
- Early Childhood Work Group and Conferences (2011, 2012)
- Healthy Peninsula loses HMP status and funding in December 2011
- Healthy Peninsula Board decides to continue its work with private funding
2001–2009 - Barbara Peppey, Director
- Healthy Peninsula started as a Healthy Maine Partnership (one of 31 in the state and 4 in Hancock County)
- Funding is solely from state
- Mandated priorities are: obesity, nutrition, exercise, child/school health, tobacco and drug (primarily alcohol) use prevention
- School health curriculum
- Good Food Project—mini-grants for greenhouses and gardens