Adagio Health’s Power Up nutrition education program, funded by the USDA, encourages students (Preschool through 12th grade), adults, seniors and communities to choose healthier foods and live more active lifestyles. Through direct, evidence-based nutrition lessons, participants learn strategies to adopt healthy habits that will have an impact on their current and future health. Power Up educators also work with community partners to create healthier environments by influencing local policies, systems, and environments. Power Up is provided at no-cost to eligible locations.
Adagio Health offers a variety of curricula for middle school and high school students including curricula focused on: sexual health education, healthy relationships, positive decision-making, pregnancy prevention, and more. To learn more or to bring this education to your location, please complete this form.
Social-emotional learning or SEL is the process of developing the self-awareness, self-control, and interpersonal skills that are vital for school, work, and life success. Adagio Health implements the Teen Outreach Program (TOP). TOP is an evidence-based, positive youth development (PYD) program that promotes the healthy development of youth in grades 6-12 through a combination of weekly peer group meetings, an engaging curriculum, and Community Service Learning; all of which are presented and supervised by trained facilitators who build strong, supportive relationships with young people.
Tobacco Free Adagio Health offers a variety of programs for schools and communities to help prevent or reduce tobacco use and exposure among children and students. These programs include: Young Lungs at Play, Catch My Breath, N.O.T, INDEPTH, and presentations on the dangers of vaping.