The Logan County Health Department and Logan County Partnership recently announced the winners of one of the five (schools, communities, campuses, restaurants, businesses) Certified Healthy Oklahoma award programs.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), the Oklahoma Academy, the State Chamber of Oklahoma, and the Oklahoma Turning Point Council recently announced the annual award winners for the state Certified Healthy Oklahoma programs. This year, 1,346 applications were submitted from groups throughout the state, and 1,146 award winners received the “Certified Healthy” status.
The five award programs are: Certified Healthy Businesses, Certified Healthy Restaurants, Certified Healthy Schools, Certified Healthy Campuses, and Certified Healthy Communities. There are three award levels for the Certified Healthy Oklahoma programs: Basic, Merit and Excellence.
The following places to become certified with the Certified Healthy Oklahoma programs are: Eagle Ridge Family Treatment Center, Logan County Health Department, Logan County Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Services, Mercy Hospital Logan County, Red Rock Counseling, LLC, City of Guthrie, Coyle Elementary School, Coyle High School, Crescent Elementary School, Crescent High School, Crescent Middle School, Mulhall-Orlando Elementary School and Mulhall-Orlando High School.
The list for the entire state award winners can be found at www.health.ok.gov. Courtney Thompson of the Logan County Health Department spearheads the local efforts. Thompson can be reached at 405-282-3485 or firstname.lastname@example.org.