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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.

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

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