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Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center

 

Wellness Program Resources

Health Promotion Disease Prevention and Wellness

Mary Hoenecke, ARNP
Health Promotion Disease Prevention Program Manager
509-434-7634

Stacy Dancker, MPH, BSN, RN-BC
Wellness Coordinator
509-434-7596

VA Northwest Health Network Healthy Living Resource Guide

Providing healthy living opportunities to our Veterans is one of the ways we can help serve those who have served for us!

The Preventive Care Program is designed to provide Veterans with comprehensive health education, clinical services, health behavior change coaching and support to help them to enhance self-management of their health conditions. Improving health behaviors is often not easily done. The Program is closely aligned with the Patient Aligned Care Team (PACT) initiative and provides resources to support facility HPDP (Health Promotion & Disease Prevention) infrastructure. These include staff training and coaching as well as tools to assist PACT and other clinical staff in assessing and addressing Veterans’ health promotion and disease prevention needs and interests.
 
To encourage Veterans to choose healthy behaviors, nine key evidence-based healthy living messages have been developed. Each message includes a brief overall message with more detailed information for those Veterans who are interested. These messages are posted on the NCP (National Center on Health Promotion & Disease Prevention) website:  www.prevention.va.gov.

Get started on the road toward optimum health and wellness today by following this link to VA's Prevention website to learn more about the 9 Healthy Living Messagesfor you and your family. You may also click on the following links to view each of the 9 healthy living messages.

 Calendar with date circled on it
Be Tobacco Free

    

Picture of a table of fruit
Eat Wisely

    


Be Involved With Your Healthcare
Picture of a women walking
Be Phyisically Active
 
Picture of a scale & measuring tape
Strive for a Healthy Weight
 
Picture of a glass with some alcohol in it
Limit Alcohol
Picture of someone getting blood pressure checked
Get Recommended Screenings
 
Picture of a man & woman relaxing
Manage Stress
 
Picture of man & woman in a car with seatbelts on
Be Safe

Contact Info

Location

  • Bldg 1

Contact Number(s)

  • 509-434-7634
  • 509-434-7596

Hours of Operation

  • Mon-Fri 8:00am-4:30pm