January 18, 2017 by Tammy Howell
Sixteen percent of adults living in Coconino County report to be in poor or fair health.
Flagstaff Local Motion, an inter-agency effort to prevent chronic disease, is helping community members get their health on track in 2017.
Take advantage of numerous no-cost and low-cost activities around Flagstaff which have been identified by Flagstaff Local Motion.
Sixteen percent of adults living in Coconino County report to be in poor or fair health, according to a study by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Organizations across Flagstaff are working hard to improve the overall health and wellness of those living in our community. Flagstaff Local Motion is an inter-agency effort to prevent chronic disease and help community members get their health on track in 2017. Flagstaff Local Motion was created by a subcommittee of the Community Health Improvement Plan conducted by the Coconino County Public Health Services District. Organizations involved in the subcommittee include: Fit Kids of Northern Arizona, Native Americans for Community Action (NACA), North Country HealthCare, Northern Arizona Council of Governments (NACOG), Northern Arizona University and the Public Services District of Coconino County.
Below are low-cost or no-cost solutions to increase activity, which were identified by Flagstaff Local Motion.
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