The Health Education Program provides educational presentations to the community on the following topics:
For any other presentation topic not listed, please contact our program.
If you are interested in our public health programs attending your health fair, please email the information to [email protected]
Provide education, advocacy, and training to improve health outcomes and reduce health disparities for El Paso residents
Location and Phone5115 El Paso DriveEl Paso, TX 79905(915) 212-6600Fax 915-212-0180
Hours of OperationMonday - Thursday8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
In partnership with the City’s Live Active El Paso initiative and other community partners, Be Well aims to help individuals and families live a balanced and holistic lifestyle. The Be Well Program believes in helping individuals and families feel energized and balanced. The way we help is by empowering and supporting individuals to work on simple habits that will make life easier. Our goal is to increase your wellness!
Contact Be Well! El Paso
Texas Healthy Communities (TXHC) is funded by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and was originally developed by the Heart Disease & Stroke Program. TXHC recognizes cities for having environmental, policy infrastructure, and evidenced-based practices in place that are public health priorities for reducing the burden of chronic disease in the State of Texas. The Texas Healthy Community Program focuses on eight different benchmarks that include:
Contact Texas Healthy Communities
Health Equity is achieved when every person has the opportunity to attain their full health potential.
The purpose of the Health Equity Program is to expand the reach of the health department services to remote areas and identify diverse resources and community partnerships while increasing meaningful engagement within the community.
The Program's Public Health Patient Navigators assist with connecting people to community resources including:
Additional services include:
A Mobile Medical Team that provides health screenings for the prevention of chronic health disease that negatively impacts the health and wellbeing of individuals such as the following:
Contact Public Health Patient Navigators
(915) 212-7881 (915) 212-7875
Request for Patient Referral
A curriculum that offers education to adults in the community to delay and or prevent Type 2 Diabetes.
The program encourages individuals to make healthy lifestyle changes by consuming healthy foods, being physically active, and maintaining weight.
The Diabetes Prevention Program has collaborated with the Diabetes Alliance which was created by the Paso Del Norte Health Foundation and the El Paso Center for Diabetes to raise awareness in our community.
Having prediabetes means that your blood glucose levels are above normal but not high enough to be diagnosed as diabetes.
Services provided include
Risk factors include
Contact Diabetes Prevention
(915) 212-6643(915) 212-6592
Diabetes Now What | El PasoNational Diabetes Prevention ProgramADA | Prediabetes What is it & What Can I Do?ADA | Prediabetes: ¿Qués es y qué puedo hacer?
Race and Ethnicity also affect your risk. African Americans, Hispanic/Latino Americans, American Indians, Pacific Islanders, and Asian Americans.
Could you be at risk? And or if you think that you are at risk, please take the risk test below.
Prediabetes Risk TestPrueba de riesgo de prediabetes
Funded by the Paso del Norte Health Foundation
Work and recognize locally-owned restaurants to create healthier children and adult menus. *As of 2013 this program is no longer active. However, our toolkit is available to the public at the link below.
See Program Information
*Download the EWEP Toolkit
Contact Eat Well! El Paso(915) 212-6592