Certified Healthy Oklahoma is a voluntary and free state-wide certification available to businesses, schools, and all kinds of community organizations that want to be recognized as leaders making special efforts to promote healthy behaviors of Oklahomans.
The program is a collaborative effort between four organizations, including the Oklahoma State Department of Health. >>Learn more.
Successfully getting Certified Healthy Oklahoma status is the first step in meeting the criteria for TSET’s Healthy Communities and Healthy Schools Incentive Grant programs. >>Learn more.
Find all resources for the Certified Healthy Oklahoma program below.
PDF versions – UPDATED for 2017 (8/1/17)
UPDATED for 2017 (8/1/17)
2016 Certified Healthy Oklahoma By the Numbers – Find details about the 2,143 applicants and the programs they represent, the program criteria they have met, and applicant feedback. >> Read more.
Success stories can serve as examples to your community partners of why health matters, and provide inspiration as to what they can do to help your community thrive with their unique assets or talents.
And, when the going gets tough — or when you’re just trying to keep going — they help us remember that a small group, or even one person with a vision, can ignite a passion and continued action throughout their community. Each of us, through our hard work, is contributing to this momentum.
Post a comment below and share your own ideas — How have you made story-telling or success stories work for you?
Talking about your local successes helps great ideas spread to more communities – and everybody wins. Every project has hurdles to overcome, and even the not-so-successful results are worth talking about so the OK In the Know community can lift you up and learn with you.
Post in the “Tips, Tools, and Success Stories section of the Forum, or contact the OK In the Know team to tell your own story!