Community Programs


Giving our kids the right tools for a healthy start. 

We're getting kids to move, play, and make good decisions about tobacco, alcohol, and drugs. Serving schools across the region, especially those communities most affected by chronic disease, pushes health to the front of the classroom, inside and out.

Active Play Every Day

Active recess gets the kids outside to move, shake, play, laugh, and have a good time.

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Project TRUE

Project TRUE (Teens R U Educated?) is a youth driven, peer health education program active within Roseland Accelerated Middle School, Roseland University Prep, and Windsor High School.

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The iDo26.2 program is an innovative walking/running program designed to encourage youth to get active as part of a healthy family lifestyle.

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Nutrition Education Obesity Prevention

The Center is part of a movement of local, state and national partners collectively working toward improving the health status of low-income Californians through increased fruit and vegetable consumption and daily physical activity.

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In Sonoma County, half of all 9th graders and two thirds of all 11th graders report it is "fairly" or "very" easy to obtain cigarettes.

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Committed to Healthier Living


Of participants quit smoking for good.


People impacted across the county.