Thriving everyday.


What if feelings of anxiousness and fatigue from everyday ups and downs were replaced by feelings of vitality and balance? What if by making healthier choices, with the support of others who "see you", you could experience greater health as well as greater life satisfaction at work and home?


The gift of healthier living is a gift you give to yourself and to those you love.


Supporting the whole person requires courageous efforts, collaboration and dedication to equipping all people with the tools for living well. And we, like you, are courageous. Join us in living well as a people.


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Baton Health ®

All Well, All Learn, All Thrive

 

Founded: 2015

Founder: Lisa Marquart

 

Areas of focus: 
Sustainable Development Goals, Lifestyle Behaviors, Well-Being, Whole Child Initiatives, Behavior Change and Community Partnerships 

Presenting to the Association of California Healthcare Districts
Our K12 Health and Well-being Coordinator traveled to Sacramento, California, to share our case study and advocate for employee wellness and parent wellness support as a measurable tool for positive impact on school culture


Delivering K12 Employee Well-Being and Health Improvement Support
One of our Stanford trained health coaches provided health index technical assistance aligned to School Improvement Plans and delivered tailored employee wellness support to faculty/staff in the state of Washington (private and public school settings)


Facilitating Self-Care Programs and Advocacy for Parents and Primary Caregivers
Groups of primary caregivers, educators and parents participated in lifestyle behavior change classes having direct impact on the learning, well-being and social connectivity of their homes and community


Teaching Population Health Curriculum and Mentoring High School Students
One of our teachers and CHW's drove an initiative to teach a public health advocacy curriculum for high school students to learn about the upstream or root causes of health and mentor students through health advocacy interests