Be Your Best is a 10-month program that helps adults reduce their risk of developing disease such as Type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
EFNEP is a nutrition education program for limited-income families with children and for youth. The goal of EFNEP is to help limited-income families and youth build knowledge, skills and attitudes to help them eat healthy on a budget.
EFNEP offers a series of hands-on cooking and nutrition classes for both adults and youth. Food tasting and dollar- stretching ideas are included in all classes.
For more info call EFNEP at (406) 258-4208.
Missoula City-County Health Department offers several options for food safety training including food handler training, the ServSafe Manager Certification and custom courses.
Let's Move! Missoula offers child care trainings that focus on best practices for physical activity and nutrition in the child care setting. Credit hours are available.
Classes on birth basics, breastfeeding and beyond birth are offered to the community, free of charge. Must pre-register for classes. To schedule call (406) 258-4280 or visit our website.
Let's Control It - Alcohol Responsibility Matters.
The state requires anyone who serves or sells alcohol, including immediate supervisors and the licensee, to take a state-approved alcohol sales and service training class within 60 days of hire and every three years after that.
In order to legally install a septic system within Missoula County, you must be certified by the Missoula City-County Health Department.
The Suicide Prevention Network offers three different suicide prevention trainings, ranging in length from 1.5 hours to two days.