A nationally recognized and evidence-based health education curriculum built around skills-based instruction.

The Michigan Model for HealthTM (MMH) curriculum teaches grades PreK to 12th grade students the knowledge and skills they need to build and maintain healthy behaviors and lifestyles. Age-appropriate and sequential lessons focus on the most serious health challenges school-aged children face.

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MMH Positive Health Outcomes for Students

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  • Less reported alcohol and tobacco use
  • Stronger drug refusal skills
  • Better interpersonal communication skills
  • Less reported aggression
  • Improved safety skills
  • Better self-management skills
  • Improved physical activity and nutrition skills

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MMH Outreach by the Numbers

40 years expertise

Evidence-based PreK-12 health education experience

38+ states nationwide

Relied on and meets national health education standards

243,000+ teachers

Trusted by teachers as a leader in comprehensive health education

8.4+ million students

Presented skills-based health education resulting in positive student outcomes

Relevant & Comprehensive Health Subjects

MMH addresses critical health subjects across Pre-K to 12th grade levels with age-appropriate instructional activities and content. The skills-based lessons engage students to develop and practice positive health skills.

  • Social & Emotional Health
  • Nutrition & Physical Activity
  • Safety
  • Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drugs
  • Personal Health & Wellness
  • HIV/AIDS & Other STIs
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