Eat.Right.Now. (ERN) is a nutrition education and obesity prevention program led by the School District of Philadelphia and funded by the USDA Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed). Through this partnership, Health Promotion Council and other ERN partners provide nutrition education for students in 80% of Philadelphia's public schools. HPC reaches approximately 14,000 students and 268 caregivers across 20 schools. Our nutrition educators help students identify healthy eating and physical activity options using simple key messages, food sampling, and supportive, interactive activities.
Focus on Fathers (FOF) is a community-based fatherhood support program that offers parenting education, case management, and job readiness training. FOF helps fathers create and maintain healthy, positive involvement in their children’s lives. Since 2001, FOF has served more than 350 individuals annually, including fathers, stepfathers, and other male caregivers, as well as couples and co-parents, throughout Philadelphia.
Health Promotion Council’s GREENS program creates and expands edible gardens, and provides nutrition and physical activity education at schools and community sites in low-income communities in Philadelphia. Through GREENS, we help families move from awareness about healthy eating concepts to adoption of healthy eating habits. We achieve this by teaching them how to grow fruits and vegetables, eat healthy meals, and be physically active at home and at school. This kind of education builds the capacity of children and families to develop and sustain healthy habits, participate in healthy lifestyle activities as a family, and maintain gardens in their schools and communities. It also increases participants’ knowledge and awareness about ways to incorporate physical activity, as well as the likelihood that they will include physical activity into their week.
Grupo Moriviví is a support group for Latina breast cancer survivors. The program offers monthly support groups as well as comprehensive needs assessments for breast cancer survivors.
The Naveguemos con Salud (NCS) Breast Health Partnership Project and its sister program Navigating, Educating, and Supporting Together (NEST) are coordinated education and patient navigation programs designed to improve breast health outcomes among Philadelphia’s Latina population. These programs aim to increase capacity at the individual and community levels to overcome social determinants of health by increasing knowledge and awareness of breast health issues and resources and by decreasing barriers to access within the Latino community.
Nutrition for Life (NFL) provides direct nutrition education services to low-income children, adults, and seniors living in Philadelphia and Montgomery counties who are eligible to receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits (formerly known as Food Stamp benefits).
Philly Play is an initiative launched by City of Philadelphia Councilman Bobby Henon from the 6th District in Philadelphia. The goal of Philly Play is to help Philadelphia youth and their families build healthier lifestyles through fun, safe physical activity. In particular, HPC seeks to provide Philadelphia youth opportunities to get the recommended 60 minutes of daily physical activity. HPC worked with Councilman Henon to design and develop Philly Play programming, and currently leads program implementation and coordination.
Relationship Education in the Mix (REMix) is a community-based healthy relationship education program that offers structured group education to couples and co-parents. Since 2011, REMix has served more than 150 individuals annually throughout Philadelphia. The goal of REMix is to help parents meet the everyday emotional and communication needs of their relationship in order to maintain a healthier base from which to raise their children.
Since 2007, HPC has been the Southeast Regional Primary Contractor for Pennsylvania's Department of Health's Tobacco Prevention and Control Program. Through this program, HPC staff, along with thirteen community-based service providers, work to prevent and reduce tobacco use and exposure to secondhand smoke in Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Montgomery, and Schuylkill Counties.
HPC has conducted youth tobacco sale law enforcement in Philadelphia, Delaware and Lancaster Counties since 1993, and overseen enforcement efforts across Southeastern Pennsylvania since 2006. HPC partners with local and state government representatives, municipalities, communities, local and regional transportation systems, schools, corner stores, and restaurants to ensure the laws regarding the sale of tobacco products are adhered to using appropriate education and enforcement protocols.

HPC’s direct services approach provides individuals with education and skill-building opportunities to help them better manage their chronic diseases and/or help them minimize their risk of acquiring a chronic disease. HPC employs a host of trained health educators, community health workers, case managers, and patient navigators that work with individuals and families in their own communities. Direct services include (but are not limited to) nutrition education, cooking demonstrations, cancer and cardiovascular disease education, case management, and patient navigation assistance. 

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