Health and Wellness

Community outreach through health and wellness programming brings vital messaging about healthy life choices into schools, inspiring students, teachers and families to embrace positive behaviors around fitness, nutrition, and more. Specific subjects related to health and wellness vary significantly, with NTC having implemented programs on mental health, civic engagement, nutritious eating, exercise, smoking prevention, anti-bullying, cyber-safety and more.

Government agencies, foundations, hospitals and insurance companies form lasting, inspiring connections to their communities through customized K-12 programs. In addition to the positive benefits of greater health throughout the community, NTC’s health and wellness campaigns allow healthcare providers, insurers and other organizations to grow their customer base through positive recognition.

THE TOOLS WE USE

Through our 40+ years of experience, we’ve developed these communication platforms as a reliable tool for educator implementation and a guarantee that our clients’ messaging reaches its audience.

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PROMOTE HEALTH AND WELLNESS IN YOUR COMMUNITY – CASE STUDY

Check out this case study for more information on how NTC delivers vital health and wellness messaging on behalf of major health organizations. Our report on HealthPartners’ All’s Well That Eats Well initiative describes the positive impacts of an elementary program that inspires kids to choose healthier foods, get physical exercise and make smart decisions around portion control.

NTC's Health and Wellness Case study

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TEACHER QUOTES

Real educators connect directly with various organizations through NTC programming. Hear what they have to say about receiving free health and wellness programming to use in their curriculum at schools across the country.