Thrive

  The mission of Thrive is to encourage healthy family and child development through community awareness, parent education and support to children and families ensuring positive outcomes for children. This is done through multiple programs: Child Advancement Program (CAP): The Child Advancement Project (CAP) matches nurturing community mentors who provide support and encouragement to children […]

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Montana Association for the Blind

  Promoting the economic self-sufficiency of blind Montanans The Montana Association for the Blind (MAB) is a statewide, nonprofit, self-help, consumer organization. The MAB was founded by blind and visually impaired Montanans and their friends in 1946. The Association works to better the lives of blind and visually impaired Montanans with their summer training program, […]

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Montana’s Worksite Health Promotion Coalition

   The Montana Worksite Health Promotion Coalition is a resource for Montana employers regarding the art and science of health promotion and wellness at work.   http://montanaworksitewellness.org/  Worksite health promotion has been proven to have a substantial impact on health care costs, absenteeism, workers compensation costs, and productivity. The website is designed to provide resources, encouragement, […]

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CRL Health and Fitness

  Fitness classes specifically designed with Plains Tribal People in mind. While working to become a medical doctor, Lita Pepion began to realize that many of the health problems in Indian Country result from human behaviors and cannot be “fixed” by IHS doctors.  Lita realized that the knowledge and motivation of Native people on Indian reservations […]

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Anaconda Baby Friendly Hospital

The staff of Community Hospital of Anaconda is very proud to be the 39th Hospital in the U.S. and the first in Montana to earn the “Baby Friendly” designation. The overall goal is to provide excellent health care in a very caring environment. The Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) is a global program sponsored by the […]

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Reach Kidney Care

  Reach Kidney Care is a chronic kidney disease educational (CKD) program. Reach provides group CKD education classes or education to individuals diagnosed with CKD-with a referral from their physician or healthcare provider.  The Reach team consists of: an RN, renal dietitian and social worker.  There is no fee for this educational service.  Reach Kidney […]

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Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association

      Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association in Ekalaka, Montana truly understands the value of academic progression for their nurses. The management staff goes above and beyond to support and ensure that their nurses are reaching their highest academic potential. Dahl Memorial Healthcare knows that more education equals better care for patients. Check out this […]

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Ashland Community Health Center Health Fair

This year, ACHC will be drawing blood for the Health Fair Labs from May 4th through May 15th. The Wellness Screen inlcudes TSH, Comprehensive Panel, Blood Count and Lipid Panel – $30.00 Also available: Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) – $15.00 Hemoglobin A1C – $15.00 Vitamin D – $45.00 Please call Daisy for appointment to avoid […]

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2015 Medical History Conference of the West

2015 Medical History Conference of the West FIFTEENTH ANNUAL MEDICAL HISTORY OF THE WEST CONFERENCE Friday, April 24th 2015 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. “Controversial from the Beginning: The History of Vaccination in Montana”  Museum of the Rockies Hagar Auditorium Bozeman, Montana   PROGRAM DETAILS 1: 00 p.m.       Introduction and Welcome Martin Teintze, Ph.D., Director for […]

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Kick Butts Day 2015

  KICK BUTTS DAY 2014 IS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 2015 What is Kick Butts Day? Kick Butts Day is a national day of activism when teachers, youth leaders, public health advocates, and other community leaders organize events designed to get youth to stand out, speak up and seize control against Big Tobacco. Kick Butts Day […]

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Montana Disability and Health Program

  The Montana Disability and Health Program is organized to respond to the health priorities of Montanans with disabilities across the life course, with a goal to promote and maximize health, prevent chronic disease, improve emergency preparedness, and increase quality of life. The program is funded through a cooperative agreement between the National Center on […]

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Montana Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes Prevention Program

Diverse Montana Communities Deliver Lifestyle Change Program to Prevent Diabetes Since 2008, Montana communities have been helping prevent type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease among adults at high risk through the Montana Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes Prevention Program (CVDDPP).  The 10-month CVDDPP is based upon research evidence that intensive lifestyle change can prevent or delay […]

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