Help you and your family live longer, happier, and healthier lives by teaching ways to improve health, reduce your chances of getting diabetes or asthma, maintain healthy weight; and help you increase physical activity, improve nutrition, and reduce tobacco use.
We provide health education on a variety of topics and concerns. Click the links below for health information you're interested in learning more about. This is a partial list of Health Education activities.
- Chronic Disease Prevention Program
- Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Program
- Prevention Coalition on Facebook
- Tobacco Services
Check our Health Education Events Calendar to find health activities, "Get Fit!" and other classes and events.
- Free community Get Fit classes offered to residents living in neighborhoods considered food deserts with poor walkability and without the resources to pay for classes.
Guides to Good Health
The federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality has published two guides to good health. You can download them by clicking the links below.
Email Selfa Saucedo for more information about Health Education services and activities.