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The Center for the Advancement of Wellness is excited to introduce the 2018 Wellness County Profiles.


The profiles consist of Oklahoma maps and county dashboards which include data around the social determinants of health, the community food retail environment, health outcomes and the introduction of the 3-4-60 concept at the county level. The profiles were developed to support local efforts to address tobacco, physical activity, nutrition and resultant chronic diseases.

Click here for a video tutorial with more details about the data available, how to read the maps, and the 3-4-60 concept.

County Profiles

Adair – PDFPowerPoint

Alfalfa – PDFPowerPoint

Atoka – PDFPowerPoint

Beaver – PDFPowerPoint

Beckham – PDFPowerPoint

Blaine – PDFPowerPoint

Bryan – PDFPowerPoint

Caddo – PDFPowerPoint

Canadian – PDFPowerPoint

Carter – PDFPowerPoint

Cherokee – PDFPowerPoint

Choctaw – PDFPowerPoint

Cimarron – PDFPowerPoint

Cleveland – PDFPowerPoint

Coal – PDFPowerPoint

Comanche – PDFPowerPoint

Cotton – PDFPowerPoint

Craig – PDFPowerPoint

Creek – PDFPowerPoint

Custer – PDFPowerPoint

Delaware – PDFPowerPoint

Dewey – PDFPowerPoint

Ellis – PDFPowerPoint

Garfield – PDFPowerPoint

Garvin – PDFPowerPoint

Grady – PDFPowerPoint

Grant – PDFPowerPoint

Greer – PDFPowerPoint

Harmon – PDFPowerPoint

Harper – PDFPowerPoint

Haskell – PDFPowerPoint

Hughes – PDFPowerPoint

Jackson – PDFPowerPoint

Jefferson – PDFPowerPoint

Johnston – PDFPowerPoint

Kay – PDFPowerPoint

Kingfisher – PDFPowerPoint

Kiowa – PDFPowerPoint

Latimer – PDFPowerPoint

Le Flore – PDFPowerPoint

Lincoln – PDFPowerPoint

Logan – PDFPowerPoint

Love – PDFPowerPoint

Major – PDFPowerPoint

Marshall – PDFPowerPoint

Mayes – PDFPowerPoint

McClain – PDFPowerPoint

McCurtain – PDFPowerPoint

McIntosh – PDFPowerPoint

Murray – PDFPowerPoint

Muskogee – PDFPowerPoint

Noble – PDFPowerPoint

Nowata – PDFPowerPoint

Okfuskee – PDFPowerPoint

Oklahoma – PDFPowerPoint

Okmulgee – PDFPowerPoint

Osage – PDFPowerPoint

Ottawa – PDFPowerPoint

Pawnee – PDFPowerPoint

Payne – PDFPowerPoint

Pittsburg – PDFPowerPoint

Pontotoc – PDFPowerPoint

Pottawatomie – PDFPowerPoint

Pushmataha – PDFPowerPoint

Roger Mills – PDFPowerPoint

Rogers – PDFPowerPoint

Seminole – PDFPowerPoint

Sequoyah – PDFPowerPoint

Stephens – PDFPowerPoint

Texas – PDFPowerPoint

Tillman – PDFPowerPoint

Tulsa – PDFPowerPoint

Wagoner – PDFPowerPoint

Washington – PDFPowerPoint

Washita – PDFPowerPoint

Woods – PDFPowerPoint

Woodward – PDFPowerPoint

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    This post is updated weekly. To find additional OPEN opportunities, which may have tight deadlines, or to see past funding announcements, visit the Funding Opportunities thread in the Forum [members only].

    • Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom Grants: Oklahoma is a priority state for this funding opportunity, which provides funding and technical assistance to help public schools implement breakfast in the classroom. Funds are available for districts with 70% or over Free & Reduced lunch or those participating in Community Eligibility to increase breakfast participation. Deadline: Rolling. Click for funding details.
    • Telligen Community Initiative: The Telligen Community Initiative is committed to the health of their communities. They want to fund programs and nonprofits that address social determinants that impact health and enhance equity, that are making healthcare education more accessible, and that are fostering innovation. Apply today for a grant worth up to $50,000. Deadline: March 1. Click for funding details.
    • NEW! Parents for Healthy Kids: These grants are designed for parents or parent groups (e.g. PTAs, PTOs, other) to lead school-based physical activity and nutrition initiatives and to engage more parents in student and family health. Grants up to $1,000 are available for K-12 schools. Deadline: April 6. Click for funding details.

    If you know of an open funding opportunity that may be of interest to the OK In the Know community, tell us about it! Post a comment below, add it to the Funding Opportunities thread in the Forum [members only] or contact us.

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      As another year wraps up, let’s relive some of the good times from 2017.

      Read on for some of the most popular stories about local health and wellness initiatives that got the OK In the Know community excited this past year, and get energized for an even bigger and better year ahead!

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      Looking to improve the health in your community? Regardless of what type of community you work in or whether you hold a formal role, OK In the Know has loads of resources for you to use to change the health of Oklahoma’s communities.

      The following tools were developed for the Healthy Living Program, but may be of use to other partners.

      Sector Resources

      Check out these resources on how to take action in your specific area of interest.


      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.).

      Health Communications

      A wide variety of signage templates to promote healthy options:

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      We know health is good for business! But how to we make the case? Catch up after the latest Community "Coffee Break" virtual gathering and...
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