Health Education Programs
CATCH on to Health!
(Coordinated Approach to Child Health)
Illinois Marketplace for the Affordable Healthcare Act
Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
Social Emotional Health
Ph: 618-273-3326 ext. 2222
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American Cancer Society
Egyptian Public & Mental Health Department
Franklin-Williamson Bi-County Health Department
Jackson County Health Department
SIUC Center for Rural Health & Social Services Development-School of Medicine
Perry County Health Department
Southern Seven Health Department
Southern Illinois Healthcare
U of I Extension
Funding Provided by:
American Cancer Society, Illinois Delta Network, Illinois Department of Human Services, Kohl’s Cares for Kids, Southern Illinois Healthcare
CATCH (Coordinated Approach To Child Health) is an evidence-based, coordinated school health program designed to promote physical activity and healthy food choices, and prevent tobacco use in children preschool through 8th grade and after-school programs.
The CATCH Program focuses on the components of Coordinated School Health:
Training and funding for approximately 80 non-public and public schools and 8 After-school programs to implement CATCH. School Lunch Rocks Conference is also available to all School Lunch Program staff in 16 southern Illinois counties.
Does it work?
Evaluation Results (2015-2016 School Year).