Wellness in Foods
Proper food choices and food preparation for a health and healing lifestyle. Nutrition service plays an important part to the HIWP by coordinating wellness activities, one on one consultation, group prevention education, prenatal nutrition, and many more.
Farmers markets are great way to help you make healthful eating choices. Learn about buying delicious, fresh, nutritious, & locally grown foods.
It takes a special group of individuals to run a program that helps educate, utilize the knowledge of eating choices. These is not a diet program but an eating program that involves eating foods with high nutritional values. Nutrition also focuses on how diseases, conditions, and problems can be prevented or reduced with a healthy diet. We believe that when eating the right combinations of nutrition packed foods can reduced your weight, make you feeling healthy, and prevent or lower disease risk. Give us a try for your nutrition needs.
•Provides one-on-one Nutrition consultations.
•Provides group nutrition education.
2 Diabetes Nutrition Techs
4 Concession Staff
•Co-Team Leader: Pediatric Obesity Wellness task force
Diabetes Nutrition Tech’s
•Provide one-on-one and group Nutrition consultations.
•Nutrition Appointment Scheduling
•Coordinate Wellness Activities
Eat Play Grow
Fitness Fun in the Sun
Hozhoogo Iina Kids Camp
Healthy Living Bingo
Mom’s in Motion instruction
WIHCC’s Nutrtion Department and Pediatric Wellness Task Force are hosting the 2019 Spring Hózhǫ́ógo Iina Kids Camp at Dilcon Community School on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. The kid’s camp will be held from 10:00am until 3:00pm for children Kindergarten through 6th grade. 7th and 8th grade students will serve as volunteers.
The one-day camp includes physical activity and interactive presentations that encourage health and fitness. The event agenda will include 4 physical activity sessions (45 minutes each) and 3 health education sessions.
Registration/Wavier form can be downloaded below. If you have a child that is interested in participating, please fill out the forms and bring them on the morning of the event. Participants must have a signed parental/guardian consent to participate.
We are very excited to offer this program to our communities and appreciate your support. Please contact the Nutrition Program at 928-289-6252/9773, if you have any questions about the camp.
In Celebration of National Nutrition Month, The Nutrition Program Presents:
Kids Glo Pound