What We Do

 

Healthy Eating

Live Well Stark County has helped create 16 community gardens in Stark County. 

Visit the StarkFresh website to stay updated & get involved with local food related events in the community. 

Click through the images below to browse our Community Gardens Gallery.


Active Living

Walk with a Doc

WWAD is a year-round walking program that operates in communities across America, and is right here in Stark County! This program was created to encourage physical activity for people of all ages, and provides an opportunity to walk with and get health questions answered by local physicians. Community members are invited to join in the monthly walks (2nd Thursday of every month). Dates and times can be found on our calendar. 

To learn more about Walk with a Doc, click here. For more information about the Walk with a Doc program in Stark County, click here

Stark Walks

Live Well Stark County began developing walking routes in Northeast Canton in 2015. These routes have been labeled the Stark Walks routes, and are continuing to increase throughout the county. Live Well Stark County and United Way of Greater Stark County partnered on this Stark Walks initiative in the Summer of 2016 and are combining resources and expertise to increase the amount of routes available, make them available in more communities throughout Stark County, and encourage community members to exercise right in their own neighborhood! 

For more information about the Stark Walks program, and partnership with United Way of Greater Stark County, please click here

Stark Walks & Runs Club

The Stark Walks & Runs club was established to engage the community to enjoy walking and running together, and is made possible through the combined effort of numerous local organizations. Stark Walks & Runs club is FREE to anyone 18+ years of age interested in walking and/or running. The Stark Walks & Runs club meets for 9-weeks, beginning April 6, every Thursday evening from 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. in 4 different locations throughout Stark County. 

For more information about the Stark Walks & Runs club, meeting dates, and how to get involved, please click here.


Tobacco Free

"Tobacco use remains the single largest preventable cause of death and disease in the United States." - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Live Well Stark County has been involved with supporting tobacco free policies in Stark County by providing signage and technical assistance.  If you are interested in supporting a tobacco free policy, please contact us and we can help provide signage! 

Tobacco Usage & Quit Attempts

data source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

If you are trying to quit, cessation resources and programs are available locally. Consider visiting the following links or contacting: Aultman Hospital or Mercy Medical Center