Evidence-based Health Education

Curriculum Pre-K to 12

The Michigan Model for Health is an evidence-based health education curriculum. Students are motivated and empowered through building skills to maintain and improve their health, prevent disease, and reduce health-related risk behaviors while creating a partnership between homes, schools, communities and government.

Substance Misuse Prevention

Through building self-discipline, problem solving, goal setting, and responsible decision-making skills, students confidently and effectively manage risky behavior choices.

School Climate

Peer and social relationship skills are built with practice on clear communication, cooperation, conflict resolution, and social awareness.

Family Engagement

Families are connected with resource sheets and at-home engagement opportunities to reinforce supportive, caring relationships.

Always Up-to-Date

MMH lessons and resources are continually reviewed and updated to keep pace with the always evolving fields of education and health, including adolescent opioid substance abuse and damaging effects of youth vaping.

Grade-Appropriate Instruction

At every PreK to 12th grade level, lessons are aligned with foundational health skill components integrating social and emotional wellness across the over 350 lessons.

Comprehensive & Skills-based

MMH is a proven skills-based comprehensive health education curriculum that goes beyond knowledge to provide skill application and building student confidence to make positive, life-long healthy behaviors.

Readily Available Support

A dedicated and certified professional team is ready to assist with health education curriculum exploration, training, implementation, and beyond.

Key Health Content Areas

Fully scripted lessons are ready for implementation across six health content areas that are in-demand for teachers, schools, students and families including:

Social & Emotional Health & Safety

Nutrition & Physical Activity

Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drugs

Personal Health & Wellness

HIV, AIDS & STIs

Whole Child Model diagram which aligns with State of Michigan Health Standards

A Collaborative Model

The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) Model responds to the call for greater alignment, integration, and collaboration between health and education to improve each child's cognitive, physical, social, and emotional development. 

Schools play an essential role in student's early establishment of healthy behaviors. Lifelong health behaviors are further supported and reinforced through engaged families and communities.   

MMH programming aligns with the WSCC model to meet the unique needs of each student, school, and community. 

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