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Healthy Okaloosa Summer Care

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  • What is Healthy Okaloosa Summer Care?
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This sector of the Healthy Okaloosa 5210 initiative launched in June 2016 and is designed to reach children in summer care programs across the county. Healthy Okaloosa Summer Care uses a variety of evidence-based practices to help programs improve the health of their children, families and staff.  Programs are encouraged to implement sustainable policy and environmental strategies that support healthy behaviors. The DOH-Okaloosa Healthy Okaloosa Summer Care team provides education, training, resources and technical assistance to all of our partners. Partners will also receive a Healthy Okaloosa Summer Care window decal and a "Certificate of Achievement."

Call 850-344-0660 or email Okaloosa-SchoolHealth@flhealth.gov.

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