Welcome to Be Healthy QC!
¡Bienvenidos a Be Healthy QC!
Thanks for visiting!
¡Gracias por visitor!
My name is Skip, and I'd like show you how to Eat Right and Move More! My sister Scout and I hope you will enjoy the games, recipes and tips we found for you.
¡Me llamo Skip y me gustaría demostrarles cómo pueden comer bien y mover más! Mi hermana Scout y yo esperamos que disfruten de los juegos, recetas y consejos que encontramos para ustedes.
Check out our Year One Annual Report to see some of the exiting projects we are working on in the Quad Cities Area!
Skip and Scout have been busy little berries! Click here to see them in action!
Have you made an account on QCTrails yet? It's free, and gives you access to information on over 70 local trails.
The website lets you choose trails for walking, running, biking (on and off road), horseback riding, skiing, snowshoeing and even paddling! Visit the website to learn more!
You may have seen our Educational Ambassadors Skip and Scout in your school, on your TV or on a billboard while riding in your car. Interested in seeing more helpful videos or materials? Check out our education campaign page!
The PICH grant was awarded to the Quad City Health Initiative by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Fall 2014 through the fiscal agent UnityPoint Health - Trinity. This grant has allowed QCHI and its partners to create four projects within the community to promote Eating Healthy and Moving More. To learn more about the exciting projects we are working on in the Quad Cities Area check out the PICH Grant page or "flip" through our Year One Annual Report!
The Be Healthy QC Coalition was formed in 2013 and seeks to align all sectors of our bi-state community on program, policy, systems and environmental changes in order to create a “culture of wellness” that supports healthy eating and active living. More information about this group can be found on the Be Healthy QC Coalition page.
The Be Healthy QC Coalition seeks to align all sectors of our bi-state community and work together on program, policy, systems and environmental changes in order to create a “culture of wellness” that supports healthy eating and active living.
This work is supported by the Quad City Health Initiative, a cross-sector partnership working to create a healthy community since 1999. The Quad City Health Initiative creates collaborative action on health and abides by the core values of commitment, collaboration and creativity. The Initiative seeks to be our community’s recognized leader for creating collaborative action on health and abides by the core values of commitment, collaboration and creativity. Major financial support of the Quad City Health Initiative is currently provided by the generous direct and in-kind investments of Genesis Health System and UnityPoint Health-Trinity.
Made possible with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Be Healthy QC is sponsored by Cardiovascular Medicine, P.C.