Health Promotion offers a variety of programs and services to educate the public and influence behavior change. The division often has grants that open opportunities to focus intensely on certain health issues. New programs, initiatives, and presentations are continuously developed to meet the needs of the community and health concerns affecting the population. When possible, the division strives to base programming on current research, methods, and theories within the field. The following is an overview of the types of services and programs offered by the Health Promotion Division. Special requests are considered and filled at the discretion of the division manager.
The Health Education Team services include but are not limited to: presentations, health fairs, community events, school events, coalitions, community resources, media campaigns, media relations, health department promotion, consultations, curriculum development, peer leadership programs, and program development, implementation and evaluation.