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Healthy Kids

Making our next generation a healthier generation

We know that everyone should be able to get healthy and live well—especially kids. That’s why we’re working with local schools to make healthier environments for your kids to enjoy. 


Eat a Rainbow  

Convincing kids to eat their fruits and veggies is no small feat. That’s why Tanner Health System’s Get Healthy, Live Well enlisted a troupe of three vegetable superheroes to show kids that eating healthy can be fun. With its “Eat a Rainbow” play, Get Healthy, Live Well has come up with an innovative strategy to educate local children about the importance of eating more fruits and vegetables. Learn more >


Get Healthy Kids

Get Healthy Kids is a free, healthy lifestyle program for children ages 8 to 16 and their parents or guardians. The program, which is led by Get Healthy, Live Well staff and trained volunteers, consists of six weekly, 90-minute sessions for the entire family. Most sessions include a nutrition lesson, physical activity, goal setting and a support session for parents. 


The Kids Exhibit

The Kids Exhibit, from Get Healthy, Live Well, is an interactive traveling exhibit for kids ages 6 to 12 that teaches them about healthy lifestyles in a fun and exciting way. Learn more >


Kids 'N the Kitchen 

Kids ‘N the Kitchen, an interactive teaching kitchen program for grades K-8, is a Get Healthy, LIve Well initiative designed to help teach students healthy cooking skills and improve their nutrition. Learn more >


Power of Produce (POP) Club

Get Healthy, Live Well is using funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to bring the Power of Produce (POP) Club, a nationally recognized program to empower kids to make healthy food choices, to Carroll County farmers’ markets. Learn more >


Safe Routes to School

Get Healthy, Live Well is partnering with parents of school-age children and administrators of Carrollton City Schools to make it safer for kids to bike and walk to school. Learn more >


Power Up for 30

Power UP for 30 (PU30) is a statewide initiative supported by the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH), the state Department of Education (DOE) and Get Healthy, Live Well to increase physical activity before, during and after the school day. Learn more >

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