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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.

Still have questions? Post them on the Certified Healthy Oklahoma group’s page or contact Julie Dearing, @juliead.

Certified Healthy Oklahoma Applications

PDF versions – UPDATED for 2017 (8/1/17)

Certified Healthy Oklahoma Marketing Packet (CHOMP)

Certified Healthy Oklahoma Fact Sheets

UPDATED for 2017 (8/1/17)

Certified Healthy Oklahoma Powerpoints

Program Comparison Documents

Additional County-Specific Resources


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.

Note: These profiles reflect the most current data available. To see archived data, click here.

Background

The following maps and supplemental data are compiled by the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), to show county-level data on health risk factors related to tobacco use and obesity (e.g. prevalence of smoking, physical inactivity, food deserts, etc.). For each county receiving TSET Healthy Living Program (HLP) grant funding, detailed data are presented on health status, trends over time, and how the county compares vs. the rest of the state of Oklahoma.
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Data sources

The county profiles and supplemental spreadsheets include the following:
  • 2015 BRFSS data
  • Policy and Practice Tool data submitted as of 1/26/2017
  • 2016 Certified Healthy Oklahoma data
  • County Comprehensive Lists
Note: The supplemental spreadsheets were compiled using 2017 ReferenceUSA’s database, this is a large database with over 24 million businesses. This information may not be the most current data, however, it should be a helpful compilation for use in your public health endeavors.

County Health Profiles

Adair Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools  |  Community Institutions & Cities / Governments  |  Businesses  Comprehensive list

Alfalfa Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Atoka Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Beckham Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Blaine Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Bryan Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Caddo Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Canadian Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Carter Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Cherokee Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Choctaw Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Cleveland Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Coal Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Comanche Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Craig Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Creek Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Custer Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Delaware Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Garfield Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Garvin Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Grady Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Grant Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Greer Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Harmon Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Haskell Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Hughes Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments  | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Jackson Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Johnston Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Kay Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Kingfisher Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Kiowa Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Latimer Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Le Flore Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Lincoln Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Logan Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Major Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Marshall Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Mayes Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

McClain Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

McCurtain Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

McIntosh Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Muskogee Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Nowata Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Okfuskee Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Oklahoma Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Okmulgee Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Ottawa Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Payne Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Pittsburg Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Pontotoc Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Pottawatomie Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Pushmataha Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Roger Mills Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Rogers Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Seminole Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Sequoyah Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Texas Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Tillman Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Tulsa Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Wagoner Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Washita Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Woods Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Woodward Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

 

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Stories of what people are doing around Oklahoma to move their communities toward wellness can be found in the Oklahoma Spotlight category within the Resources section of this site.

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.

>>See which communities are in the Oklahoma Spotlight!

Make these success stories work for you
  1. Contacts are provided from each of the initiatives featured in the success stories on this site — reach out to them to congratulate them, support the local momentum if you’re in the area, or bounce ideas on how to start a similar initiative in your area.
  2. Share these stories with colleagues and local collaborators to spark new ideas.
  3. Show these stories to prospective partners to help them see how successful partnerships might look.
  4. Bring these stories to local leaders to build support for health and wellness initiatives.

Post a comment below and share your own ideas — How have you made story-telling or success stories work for you? 

Pay it forward – share what you’re working on!

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!

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