Healthier Eating Active Living (HEAL)
Strategic Priority: Healthier Eating and Active Living
Barwon Health, Barwon Water, Bellarine Community Health, Borough of Queenscliffe, Colac Area Health, City of Greater Geelong, Colac Otway Shire, Golden Plains Shire, Hesse Rural Health, Leisure Networks, Surf Coast Shire, Women's Health and Wellbeing Barwon South West, Kardinia Park Stadium Trust, Department of Health and Human Services and the G21 Health and Wellbeing Pillar.
- G21 Healthier Eating and Active Living Plan 2017 - 2018
- Note : a number of documents will be released by the end of 2018. These inlcude the 2018 - 2021 plan; a governance overview; the HEAL Framework; and all work plans.
- HEAL aligns with a number of regional and state-wide health and wellbeing plans. Click here for access.
Healthier Eating and Active Living (HEAL) has been identified as a priority in the G21 region and is the principal focus of the G21 Health and Wellbeing Pillar. HEAL aims to encourage and support the community to make healthy lifestyle changes at a personal level with seven goals:
- To decrease consumption of sugar sweetened beverages
- To increase water consumption
- To increase vegetable consumption
- To increase healthy food and drink in children’s settings
- To increase active travel
- To increase incidental activity
- To increase physical activity for girls and women aged 12-24
Cross-sector working groups are working in consultation with the community to achieve these goals.
The G21 Health and Wellbeing team are also providing support to “Colac Otway Choose Change”. This Deakin University led project aims to tackle childhood obesity in partnership with Colac Area Health and Colac Otway Shire. For enquiries about this specific project, please contact us.
G21 Health and Wellbeing Director’s Update (December 2018) - click here
For further details about this initiative, please contact the G21 Health and Wellbeing team. Contact us.