Healthy Kids Program

Let’s fight childhood obesity together!Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), childhood obesity rates have nearly tripled in children and adolescents over the past 30 years. Kids who are overweight are at higher risk for early high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, sleep apnea and depression. Yuma Regional Medical Center has developed the Healthy Kids Program and has partnered with Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation to sponsor this multi-week program to teach kids how developing healthy habits now can lead to healthier lifestyles. 
Participants will learn how to make healthier food choices, become more physically active, understand their emotions, and plan and cook healthy meals. Best of all, they will learn how to make small changes that lead to big results and a lifetime of health and wellness!

Healthy Kids Program Dates

This program is currently offered 3 times per year. Classes are held once per week.

Spring 2020
April 7-May 12 (6 weeks)
Meet on Tuesdays 6pm-7:15pm
Summer 2020
June 3-June 24 (4 weeks)
Meet on Wednesdays 10am-11:30am
Fall 2020
September 15-October 20 (6 weeks)
Meet on Tuesdays 6pm-7:15pm

Registration Information

 The Healthy Kids Program is open to children ages 8-12. Each session is limited to 20 children and one parent or guardian.
There is no cost to participate thanks to the generous support of the Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation. Registration is first come, first served and will open for the Spring 2020 session on March 9.

For more information about Yuma Regional Medical Center’s Healthy Kids Program, call 928-336-7958 or e-mail

Explore Further

Our Healthy Kids in the Summer program is designed to help kids learn about healthy eating and activities here in the community. 

Check out our events calendar for a full listing of events, support groups and classes offered to the community.

The Foundation of Yuma Regional Medical Center also offers a wide variety of programs designed to promote the health and wellbeing.

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