Family Health Centers offers free and low-cost health programs that provide information,classes, videos, resources and support to help patients improve health and prevent disease.  FHC is changing the way we offer many of these classes during the COVID-19 pandemic to help keep you safe.  Below are a variety of tools, videos, and resources by topic area to help keep you healthy.  Most programs are open to the public.

Health Education Programs      Prenatal & Family Programs

For more information about Patient Education programs and services, please call the FHC Health Educator at 502-772-8588.

Click on a title to see the information for each item.

Physical Activity

Videos and Live Classes

Handouts

Online Information

Additional Resources

Mindfulness & Meditation

Videos and Live Classes

  • Participate in Live Classes where you learn how to calm and focus your mind.

Online Information

Additional Resources

Hypertension Management

Videos and Live Classes

Online Information

Additional Resources

Smoking Cessation

Videos and Live Classes

  • Call or Video meet with Health Education staff to discuss the benefits of quitting, smoking cessation options and steps to get started, web-based resources, receiving handouts via mail; health coaching available.  INSERT CALL OR EMAIL OPTIONS??

Online Information

Additional Resources

Healthy Eating

Videos and Live Classes Online

Online Information

Additional Resources

Diabetes Management

Videos and Live Classes

Online Information

Additional Resources

Video of the Month

Healthy Tip of the Month

Getting enough sleep is essential for your health.  

Adults should sleep 7 or more hours each night for optimal health.  Insufficient sleep (or short sleep) is defined as less than 7 hours of sleep daily. More than a third of U.S. adults report insufficient sleep.

What are the consequences of not getting enough sleep?   Not getting enough sleep is associated with an increased risk for a number of chronic diseases and conditions:

  • Diabetes
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Stroke
  • Obesity
  • Depression

Not getting enough sleep also contributes to motor vehicle crashes and machinery-related injuries, causing substantial injury and disability each year.

Learn more about Sleep and Sleep Disorders at the CDC