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Steps to Health: Adult Programming

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Take Control

Steps to Health offers Take Control for any age adults looking to learn more about how to maintain and prevent chronic disease through nutrition and physical activity. Take Control is an 8-week program that incorporates taste tests, exercise, and other hands-on learning opportunities.

Take Control can be offered at public housing developments, congregate nutrition sites, shelters (homeless or domestic violence), food pantries, soup kitchens, and more.

For more information on Take Control: Steps to Health Eat Smart Move More Take Control

Faithful Families

Steps to Health offers Faithful Families for any age adults and families at faith sites that are looking to connect healthy eating and physical activity to their religious or spiritual beliefs. The program is open to all faith and religious traditions.

Faithful Families’ Eating Smart and Moving More program is nine lessons that include group discussions, recipe taste tests, and activities. The curriculum also prompts discussions about changes that can be made in their organization and local community.

For more information on Faithful Families: Faithful Families

To see if your site qualifies or to schedule any of the programs listed above in Duplin or Sampson County contact Sydney Knowles at