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re:TH!NK, Winnebago's Healthy Living Partnership, is the community engagement "arm" of the  Winnebago County Health Department. re:TH!NK coordinates efforts with help from our local partners to create a place where everyone has the opportunity to live the healthiest life possible. 

Over 500 partners from over 60 organizations support re:TH!NK. We encourage you to get involved, because together we can transform our community into a place where healthy choices are easier. Scroll down or explore our website to learn more!

 

 

 

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Help make the Healthy Choice the Easy Choice! 

Sometimes you just need a quick reminder to take the stairs or to choose a healthier snack. re:TH!NK can help with Point of Decision Prompts (PODP). Making a better choice is as easy as reading a reminder prompt right where a choice is made. re:TH!NK's PODP Toolkit has several easy-to-post options to remind people to take the stairs, park further from the door and pick healthy fruits and veggies. There are kid-friendly prompts too suitable for a school, daycare, or the home (right next to the snack drawer).

 

Watch the newest episode of our TV show on OCM CATV-2 and other local cable networks.

 Join two local day care providers as they talk about their recent efforts to bring in healthy, locally grown foods into their centers and how their efforts are paying off.  Take a look back at 2015 with our "year in review" showcasing all the great work of our partners in the community to make Winnebago County a healthier place.   Breastfeeding Peer Counselor Allison Laverty Montag shares the importance of breastfeeding and how to support breastfeeding moms at workplaces, hospitals, and childcare centers.

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re:TH!NK is a project of the Winnebago County Health Department that would not exist without
support from our local partner agencies, organizations and community members.