What We Do
Hult Center for Healthy Living is a nonprofit organization whose youth health education classes supplement the health education efforts of Illinois schools, as well as for families, civic groups, youth organizations, and social agencies. Our team offers programs for Pre-K through high school students about many health-related topics. The programs and services are designed to meet your classroom objectives as well as Illinois State Goals for Learning. The center’s signature health education programs are based around the four teaching theaters located on site at Hult Center for Healthy Living- General Health featuring TAM- the Transparent Anatomical Mannikin, Nutrition, Reproductive Health, and Substance Abuse Prevention. Most of the health education programs can go ‘on the road’ and be implemented in schools throughout Central Illinois via outreach programming. Virtual education and E-Learning programs are also available for audiences outside of the Central Illinois area. Many of the programs and services can be tailored to fit the unique needs of schools and youth. To schedule a program, please visit this link.
Who Provides the Services?
Hult Center for Healthy Living employs a team of dedicated professionals composed of individuals with bachelor’s and master’s degrees public health, mental health, and other health-related fields. Many of Hult Center for Healthy Living’s health educators are Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES) through the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing (NCHEC). You can learn more about our team here.
Hult Center for Healthy Living also coordinates a robust internship program in partnership with local schools and universities such as Bradley University, Illinois State University, and University of Illinois College of Medicine. These internship programs allow students and medical residents to explore grassroots public health interventions and provide Hult Center’s team and audiences with new and diverse perspectives. To learn about internship opportunities please visit this page. Medical students and residents should reach out directly to our team to learn more.
What are the Program Fees?
Daytime Field Trips & Outreach Education: $5.00 per student and $5.00 per parent/guest. There is no cost for teachers and aides. There is a minimum of 20 paid participants per program. Note fuel surcharge for all outreach programs.
Evening/Weekend: $6.00 per student and $6.00 per parent/guest. There is no cost for teachers and aides. There is a minimum of 20 paid participants per program. Note fuel surcharge for all outreach programs.
Customized Pricing: Assemblies, professional training, and weekend/evening presentations
Fuel Surcharge: Fuel costs are calculated based on round-trip miles from Hult Center for Healthy Living (5215 N. Knoxville Ave. Peoria, Illinois) to destination.
<30 miles: Free 30-50 miles: $30 50+miles: $60
For more information, call 309-692-6650 or email@example.com. To inquire about grants and discounts that may be available for youth education please visit this link.