Youth who are beginning swimmers will have an opportunity to access free vouchers for lessons available through the Lynnwood pool, Mountlake Terrace pool, Dale Turner YMCA pool, and Yost pool (summer only) in Edmonds through a partnership between the pools and the Verdant Health Commission.
To stay well, you need more than luck. You need to be engaged with your health. The programs, tips and information below are here to give you support.
Swim Lessons for Youth
Falls Prevention Program
Learn about how falls can be prevented in older adults and be screened for services privately in your home, community of faith, or other convenient location.
Behavioral Health Program
Program funded: February 2015 – February 2017
Coordinated by Community Health Center of Snohomish (CHC) and two behavioral health partners – Center for Human Services and Integrative Psychological and Social Services (iPASS) – this program links CHC patients to mental health support.
Back-to-School Health Fair
Program funded: August 2015
For the 4th consecutive year, Verdant supported the Back-to-School Fair offered for low-income students and families in the Edmonds School District. The health fair portion of the event includes free health exams, vision checks, immunizations and oral exams/fluoride varnish.
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Tips & Info
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These days, the rules change so quickly that it’s tough to get a definite answer about how to optimize your health and improve your quality of life or your athletic performance. Here are some suggestions to help you assess the latest nutrition news and decide if it’s something you need to take to heart.Learn More
Make better health your resolution all year round. You can learn simple ways to prevent disease and improve your relationships, emotional well-being, physical health, and surroundings.Learn More
The process of aging is influenced by both genetic and environmental factors. Although your genes seem to be the most important influence, there are some changes you can make that can help you age in a healthy way.Learn More
It seems like a new health risk is in the news every day. How do you know which risks are worth worrying about? NIH has created a one-page guide called Making Sense of Your Health Risks to help you put risks into perspective.Learn More
When you’re searching online for answers to your health questions, you may feel overwhelmed by the number of websites you come across. How do you know which ones to trust? Which websites have reliable and up-to-date information?Learn More
If you have arthritis, you may think you shouldn’t exercise because it could make your condition worse. But health care providers and physical therapists claim that people with arthritis can improve their health and fitness through exercise, without damaging their joints, according to the Arthritis Foundation.Learn More
While losing weight is difficult for many people, it is even more challenging to keep the weight off. Most people who lose a large amount of weight have regained it 2 to 3 years later. Read on for tips and strategies to help you maintain your weight loss.Learn More
Research continues to be done on how diet may affect the development of cancer. It has shown that eating fruits, vegetables, and grains may lower your risk of getting certain cancers. Some components of food including phytochemicals, antioxidants, and omega-3 fatty acids, may play a role in decreasing the risk of developing cancer.Learn More
Do you know how much time youth spend on phones or other devices? What about TV? (The answer is, on average, 6.5 hours per day.) How is this time spent staring at screens impacting their health? Parenting a teenager today is different than it was 20 or even 10 years ago.Learn More