Children:

Obesity

  • Operation Fit Kids
  • Eat, Play and Grow
  • Media Smart Youth
  • ​WE CAN!


​Oral Health

  • Shining Smiles
  • ​A Lifetime Healthy Smiles
  • Teeth to Treasure
  • ​Watch your Mouth


 

 

​Prevention Programs

Our Mission

Adult:
Obesity

  • Eat, Play, Grow
  • ​WE CAN!

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​​Heart Disease and Oral Health

  • ​​None at this time​​


Our objective is to target racial and ethnic minorities in  the Greater Lafayette Area and its surrounding communities. Hanna’s Health Initiative along with Indiana Minority Health Coalition are committed to  supporting programs and services that will reduce racial and ethnic health disparities in Tippecanoe County and improve health outcomes within those groups. Target population are African American, Hispanic/Latino and our two most vulnerable groups, Seniors and children.

 

EMPOWER YOURSELF

THROUGH GREAT HEALTH

Health Screens

Day: Every Tuesday

​Time: 10:30am-12pm

​Check your BMI, Weight, Skeletal Muscle, Viscera Fat, Blood Pressure


​Health Screens offered at other times, you would need to make an appointment.



 

Referral                                        

Referral services and follow-up
is also available to ensure that individuals have adequate access to needed services in the community.


 

Youth


Obesity

  • 1. Physical Activity Youth 


Oral Health

  • 1. Take care of your teeth
  • 2. Take care of your teeth teens


Health Presentations

Education and Awareness Activities:

Health  Fairs, Mental Illness, Immunizations, Obesity, Heart Disease, Oral Health, Diabetes,  and Health Screens.

 

Hanna Community Center

2000 Elmwood Ave. Suite A

Lafayette, IN 47904

765-742-0191


Upcoming Events

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Health Initiative Program

Minority Health Coalition of Tippecanoe County

For more information contact:
Jaqueline Varela
Health  Director
Minority Health Coalition of Tippecanoe County & Clinton County
jaqueline@hannacntr.org
765-742-0191


 

Adult


Obesity

  • 1. Physical Activity Adult
  • 2. Land use and public places


Oral Health

  • 1. Take care your teeth


Heart Disease

  • 1. Heart attack and emergency care
  • 2. Know stroke
  • 3. Get your blood pressure checked