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Our Approach to Living in Wellness

June 7, 2011

Vista Hill SmartCare’s Wellness Program was designed to support the wellbeing and good health of families and individuals residing in the San Diego County communities of Ramona/Julian, Pauma Valley and Campo.

Our primary goal is to respond to our communities’ requests and needs with services, activities and events that enhance healthy life choices.

Working in tandem with the health providers in your community health clinics, our behavioral health consultants and educators are able to bring an added dimension to your care and wellbeing.

Additionally, we respond to your community members’ requests for healthy living activities, trainings and events that also reflect each community’s unique and special cultures, with the ultimate goal of living in wellness.

In order to reach out to a wider community audience and touch the lives of more residents of our communities, we are excited to announce that we have now launched a presence on Twitter and Facebook, in addition to this blog. We believe that targeted outreach, both in person and virtually, will help bring our wellness services to even more community members.

We are very pleased about our latest partnership with Mountain Empire Community Center and Mountain Empire Community Collaborative, that will bring a much-requested community garden to the Campo community. Community gardens help foster a sense of pride for area residents, a sense of community, and better nutrition for all. Plus, it is a great example for children to learn about the wonders of where our foods actually come from and make healthier food choices. I’ll provide more details as we get closer to the groundbreaking, including how you and your family can participate in this nutritional and educational project!

If you live in Ramona/Julian, Campo or Pauma Valley, you may see us at your neighborhood health clinic, the public library, your schools, the Boys & Girls Club, Teen Center or Senior Center. You will find us at community events, such as Wellness Fairs, The Yellow Ribbon Walk, The Children’s Safety Fair, and others. You may hear us talk about job readiness skills, bullying prevention, Internet dangers, self-esteem, suicide prevention, depression, stress management, the dangers of prescription drugs and many other topics.

We certainly invite and welcome your comments and suggestions for other ideas to help our communities bring body, mind and spirit together for a better life!

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