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Health Promotion Programs

What is Health Promotion?

Health Promotion is the process of enabling people to have more control over their health.

With our interactive workshops and education sessions, we provide you with a variety of topics from diabetes to self-management programs.

What does the Health Promotion department offer?

  • Interactive, informative, and fun workshops and education sessions
  • Monthly fruit and veggie markets
  • Active Living Fairs
Who runs the program?

The program is run by an experienced Health Promoter with Peer Leaders.

What Programs are available for you to join?
  • Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (based on the Stanford University Model)

We offer a 6 week Chronic Disease Self-Management Program that deals with conditions such as hypertension and high cholesterol. This program is available for both, individuals dealing with these conditions, as well as caregivers.

  • Diabetes Self-Management Program

To assist you and your caregiver, we offer assistance with healthy eating plans, developing goals, problem-solving skills and managing medication to effectively communicate with doctors.

We also offer a range of informative education sessions and workshops. Please check our event calendar to view upcoming health promotion events.

How can you learn more about Health Promotion programs at SPLC?

If you’d like to learn more, join a workshop, or attend an education session / events, please contact our Health Promotion Lead, Elsa Uy by emailing us at and check our events calendar for upcoming health promotion event.