- Employee Wellness
- Intramural & Sport Clubs
- Outdoor Adventure
- Student Wellness
- Sponsored Programs
- AT Device Demonstration Center
- Reimagine Your Workspace
- FREE Smoke Alarms and Alert Equipment for Oklahomans with Disabilities
- New devices for children added to inventory
- ABLE Tech Benefits Students with Disabilities (Updated)
- AT Device Short-Term Loan Program
- Financial Services Benefit Many
- Oklahoma Equipment Exchange
- Device Loan Program Benefits OSU Staff
- Hearing Screenings
- Prevention Programs
- Group Fitness Class Schedule
- Upcoming Events Calendar
Kay County TSET Healthy Living Program
The Kay County TSET Healthy Living Program is funded by the
Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET).
The overall goal for the TSET Healthy Living Program is to achieve a population-based impact by promoting strong healthy living policies and practices within organizations and local governments that will affect the greatest number of Oklahomans, with a particular emphasis on those populations most at risk for tobacco use and obesity.
- Prevent tobacco use and decrease exposure to secondhand smoke.
- Increase access to healthy food.
- Increase opportunity for physical activity.
The TSET Healthy Living Program targets places where it can make the most impact on our health:
- Cities and governments
- Community organizations and institutions
The Kay County Healthy Living Coalition meets the first Wednesday of every month at 11 a.m. in Ponca City at the Kay County Health Department.
Web Site Resources:
The Tobacco Stops With Me campaign from TSET is dedicated to information on tobacco use. To learn more, please visit: http://www.ok.gov/stopswithme
Ready to quit tobacco use? The Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline may provide free gum or lozenges. To sign up now, please visit http://www.okhelpline.com or call 1 (800) QUIT-NOW.
The Shape Your Future campaign from TSET is about eating better, moving more, and being tobacco-free. To learn more, please visit: http://www.shapeyourfutureok.com
Certified Healthy programming is offered through Oklahoma Turning Point, a program from the Oklahoma State Department of Health, to certify businesses, campuses, communities, congregations, schools, early childhood centers, and restaurants through health-oriented policies. To learn more or apply, please visit: http://certifiedhealthyok.com
For more information, contact: Jenny Creech - TSET Healthy Living Program Coordinator at (580) 765-2476 or firstname.lastname@example.org