LiveWell For Your Heart Missaukee & Wexford County

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Taking care of your heart is essential for a long life. Heart disease is the number one killer of adults in the United States. 

What is LiveWell for your Heart?

Live Well for Your Heart fights heart disease and changes people's lives.

 

District Health Department #10 and Family Health Care of Cadillac and

McBain are partnering in Missaukee and Wexford County to help reduce

the risk of heart disease in adults by increasing access to health care

services and programs to reduce the risk of heart disease.

The benefits of the Live Well for Your Heart Program include:

  • Reducing participant risk for heart disease

  • Opportunities to learn more about leading a healthier life

  • The ability to connect with services such as:

    • Dental health care

    • Tobacco cessation

    • Weight management

    • Physical activity resources

    • Diabetes prevention classes

    • Diabetes case management

    • High blood pressure management

To Learn More: 

https://www.facebook.com/wybrfm/videos/381873602607117/

Listen to our radio ads!

Great American Smokeout PSADHD#10
00:00 / 01:00
Dental Health & Heart Disease PSADHD#10
00:00 / 01:01

Thank you to our Live Well for Your Heart Project Partners! Your dedication and commitment are making an impact on the health of residents in Missaukee and Wexford Counties. 

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This Livewell For Your Heart: Missaukee/Wexford project is supported by the Michigan Health Endowment Fund through funding awarded to District Health Department #10. The Health Fund works to improve the health and wellness of Michigan residents and reduce the cost of healthcare, with a special focus on children and seniors. You can find more information about the Health Fund at mihealthfund.org. 

For more information about LiveWell for Your Heart:

Caitlin Cameron

District Health Department #10
ccameron@dhd10.org 

231-876-3803

Not sure you want to be part of the project but would like local resources? Please contact us anyway!