Get Healthy Now is involved in the Louisville community in multiple ways and encourages you to get involved as well. Here is a host of opportunities for you to browse through. If one stands out, we encourage you to pursue it!
Bring Get Healthy Now Wellness Coaches to your organization
Find out about Get Healthy Now's Elder Care Workshops.
Generously sponsored by the Commission on the Status of Women.
The YMCA of Greater Louisville, the YMCA of Southern Indiana, and the University of Louisville would like to offer you a great way to improve your health, become fit, and get more out of life. Find out about our Corporate Partnerships and savings you could benefit from: click here>>
The Mayor’s Healthy Hometown Movement (MHHM) represents Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer's commitment to developing a long-term, multi-phase program built on social marketing and public/private partnerships to“create a community wide culture that encourages and supports healthy lifestyles by promoting increased physical activity, better nutrition, healthy public policy and access to needed resources.”
American Heart Association Heart
WALK WITH US: On September 22th at 8 am Waterfront Park’s Great Lawn will be overflowing with passionate hearts! U of L will be walking to support the American Heart Association’s mission: “Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.” The Heart Walk is free! Find out more or register today!
American Red Cross
Get Healthy Now collaborated with the Vice President for Human Resources to host a Blood Drive on August 30, 2012. Read more about the event here.
Open from 10:30- 2p.m., every Thursday from May 19-October 27. The market is located on the 400 block of E. Gray St, between S. Preston and S. Jackson streets. Several vendors are now providing delicious lunch options, often prepared using breads, produce and meat from the market. There are vegetarian options, too! Support the local food economy and make healthy, seasonal food choices. You are invited to eat your lunch in the courtyard behind the School of Public Health and Information Sciences. Free parking is available. Read more.
Get Healthy Kentucky has been created to help each and every Kentuckian develop a healthier lifestyle. GHK has created an educational model focused on nutrition, physical activity and tobacco cessation. Every choice counts and by making the right choice, Kentuckians are better able to prevent and reduce the risk of chronic diseases. This will improve the health status of Kentuckians and create a healthy culture and environment not only for our children and grandchildren, but for all our fellow Kentuckians.