Local Resources for Worksite Wellness


Tobacco Cessation

Monroe Tobacco Prevention & Cessation Coalition

SmokeFreeBloomington.Org is a non-profit Web site created by Monroe Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Coalition partners to help make Bloomington and Monroe County a healthier community. This site contains information regarding the public health risks of smoke and secondhand smoke, tobacco cessation classes and other health and educational resources, and the City of Bloomington and Monroe County's Smoke Free Ordinances. The ordinances are designed to protect the public health and welfare of the community from health hazards induced by breathing secondhand smoke including lung cancer, heart disease, and respiratory infections.

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Physical Activity

Bloomington Hospital

- Offer Health Risk Assessments 
- Center for occupational health (wellness programs, health mobile, onsite stretching programs, etc.)

Active Living Coalition (Bloomington)

 - Walking Guide to Bloomington, Wellness Challenges, active living education
   - The Active Living Coalition is comprised of individuals and organizations representing community sectors of health care, education, city government, county government, business, and service organizations who are addressing the public health issue of physical inactivity. We strive to increase the number of people who engage in a healthy, physically active lifestyle through collaborative efforts on community events, research, networking and programming that leads to increased physical activity opportunities for all who reside in Monroe County.

Download the free "Walking Guide to Bloomington"

ACHIEVE Bloomington/Monroe County

"We are a collaboration among the Monroe County YMCA, Bloomington Parks and Recreation, and the Active Living Coalition to combat obesity and chronic diseases throughout the county."

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INstride magazine and myINstride.com

Instride magazine and myINstride.com are branches of The Herald Times that   include local stories, photos, walking/running maps, advice, tips and more about health and wellness. Check it out!!


Bloomington Local Farmer's Market
- April to November:  8am to 1pm by City Hall
-Farmers and vendors fill Showers Common with locally grown produce, annual and perennial plants, and freshly baked bread for the Saturday morning Market. Local musicians perform while thousands of people find their way among the corn and tomatoes, local dairy products and warm scents of fresh herbs.

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Bloomingfoods Farmer's Market

Sat 8am-1pm (Apr-Sept)
Sat 9am-1pm (Oct-Nov)
Tue 4pm-7pm (Jun-Sept)

Bloomingfoods at the Bloomington Farmer's Market
401 N. Morton St. Bloomington, IN 47404

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

"This federally funded program, run locally by Bloomington Hospital, provides nutritional support for underprivileged mothers and babies in Monroe and Greene Counties. WIC has a direct and important impact on their health, reducing the number of doctor and emergency room visits for women and children and increasing the parenting skills in mothers.To qualify, participants must have nutritional needs, earn less than 185 percent of the poverty level, and live in Indiana. Women who qualify are covered throughout their pregnancy and for an additional year if they are breastfeeding (six months if not breastfeeding). Children are eligible until they turn five.There is no cost to participate in the WIC program. Bloomington Hospital provides a WIC certification and voucher pick-up site in Bloomington at 333 East Miller Drive."

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