• Healthy Eating
    The food choices you make affect your health not only for today, but for tomorrow and the future.
    Small changes in the way you think about food can make huge changes in the way you feel and the way you live.
  • Tobacco
    Quitting smoking not only lengthens your lifespan but it also improves your overall quality of life– and the lives of people around you. Within just 12 hours of smoking cessation, the carbon monoxide level in your bloodstream will be visibly reduced. And the health benefits keep coming!
  • About Us
    The Healthy Harvey Coalition works to improve the overall health of our community. By working through policies, systems and environmental change, we are making it easier for residents to choose healthier lifestyle options. From better options for bicyclists and pedestrians to ending tobacco dependence and learning to plan more balanced meals and playdates, our goal is to make Harvey County a healthier place to live.
  • Photo Gallery
    Healthy Harvey Coalition events are a way for our community to enjoy the benefits of a healthier lifestyle. See how much fun it is to be healthy together!
  • Physical Activity
    It's easy to add healthy activity to your daily life without having to commit to a gym regimen. Bicycling and walking daily can be a big step toward better health. So can tossing a ball outside with your family or pets.

What's New

Take the Community Health Perception Survey today! Short, simple and will help guide us in our activities with the Pathways to a Healthy Kansas Grant.  The 5 minute survey is in English or Spanish

The Healthy Harvey Coalition has been selected as one of the eight Pathways to a Healthy Kansas Grant from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas! To learn more about the grant and what it means for Harvey County, please join us at our next coalition meeting on October 4, 2017 at noon in the Pine Street Health Services Community Room, 215 S. Pine St., Newton, 2nd Floor.

The Harvey County Community Health Needs Assessment is complete!  To see the report, click here.

The Harvey County Food and Farm Council will meet on September 11 2017 from 4 pm to 5 pm in the Pine Street Health Services Community Room, 215 S. Pine St, Newton, 2nd Floor.  Meetings are open to the public.

On November 10, 2015 the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released a report that looked at 30 factors that contribute to how long and how well Kansans live - and where health gaps occur.  Read more here.

Thank you North Newton Ciy Council for adopting a Bicycle Master Plan for the City of North Newton!

Thank you Newton City Commission for adopting a Bicycle Master Plan for the City of Newton!

LaLeche meets 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:15 pm.  Call 316-727-2101 for meeting location.

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