Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
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“Empowering the Oneida community to achieve optimal health.”
Oneida Health Promotion is part of the National Health Promotion/Disease Prevention Program through Indian Health Services.
We participate in 3 of the 4 major strategies of the national program:
We continue to maintain FULL-RECOGNITION as a CDC Recognized Diabetes Prevention Program.
10 weekly group classes
6 bi-weekly group classes
6 monthly group classes
PLUS Wellness Coaching to support, motivate, and overcome barriers!
New DPP Sessions will begin in January, April, July, October every year. Below are the 2020 dates:
April 6, 2020 – Mondays 12 pm-1 pm
July 9, 2020 – Thursdays 3 pm – 4 pm
October 6, 2020 – Tuesdays 12 pm – 1 pm
Left to right:
Tek Skenandore, Health Promotion Specialist (920) 490-3941
vacant, Data Coordinator (920) 490-3920
Belinda McLester, Health Promotion Specialist (920) 490-3940
vacant, Health Promotion Coordinator (920) 490-3927
Dawn Krines Glatt, CHWC, Health Promotion Specialist (920) 490-3928
Stefanie Reinke, CHWS, Interim Health Promotion Manager (920) 490-3993