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Take control of your health

Healthy U is a workshop for people with chronic health conditions and their friends, family, and caregivers. Over the course of six weeks, Healthy U participants learn valuable skills to help them take control of their condition and live happier, healthier lives.


Those who take part in a Healthy U workshop will:

  • Get support from other people with chronic health conditions
  • Develop different strategies to deal with pain, fatigue, and frustration
  • Learn about healthy eating
  • Create an exercise program that works for them
  • Understand their options when it comes to new treatments
  • Learn how to talk with their doctor, family, and friends about their health
  • Learn how to solve difficult problems and create action plans

Healthy U is available all across Wyoming. If you or someone you care for struggles with diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, pain, depression, or any other chronic condition, Healthy U can help. Scroll down to learn more about Healthy U and to find Healthy U workshops near you.

Register Now!

Healthy U is available to anyone over the age of 18. Workshops are always free, even for people who want to take them multiple times. All materials used during the workshops will be loaned to participants for the length of the workshop. 

To find a Healthy U workshop in your community use the map below!


When is the next workshop?

The next virtual Healthy U workshop will meet every Tuesday from 2:30-5:00pm beginning on February 15th through March 22nd, with an optional information session on February 8th. Please fill out the registration form below to join us!

How to I register?

There are two ways you can register:

  1. Click here to fill out a registration form online.

  2. Contact us at (307) 766-2765 or at


No in-person program near you? Healthy U is now available online! Click here to find out how to enroll in an Online Healthy U program. 

There are two ways you can participate in Healthy U online.

  1. Attend a Healthy U workshop live via webinar. These webinars meet once a week for 2.5 hours over the course of 6 weeks. Each webinar can accommodate between 6 and 12 people. 
  2. Attend a Healthy U workshop via interactive website. These workshops last 6 weeks but, each week, you can work at your own pace. You will interact with other people from all across the country using discussion boards. 

Learn more about Healthy U

To learn more about Healthy U, please select one of the options below. Participants are those interested in taking a Healthy U workshop. Providers are those who work in healthcare or social services and wish to get involved with Healthy U. Community organizations are those who wish to host Healthy U workshops in their town or who wish to get involved in bringing Healthy U to their town. 


Are you a Healthy U facilitator?

Click here to access the Healthy U facilitator portal, where you will find a variety of resources to help support your local Healthy U program.


Have questions?

Contact Larry Goodwin at the Wyoming Center on Aging via phone at (307) 766-2765 or via email at to learn more about Healthy U.

News & Events

*** Healthy U workshops are now available online! Click here to learn more! ***


New Funding Opportunity! Click Here to apply.

The University of Wyoming Center on Aging (WyCOA) is pleased to announce a funding opportunity to support Chronic Disease Self-Management Education (CDSME) programming for organizations in Wyoming interested in incorporating Healthy U programming into their existing organizational structure. Awards for this funding are intended to support Healthy U program initiatives and long-term sustainability, including, but not limited to, facilitator training, workshop delivery, etc. Preference will be given to applicants demonstrating a strong capacity to offer sustainable programming with a vision for long-term implementation.



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