Safe Kids Worldwide is a nonprofit organization working to help families and communities keep kids safe from injuries. Wasatch County has our own Safe Kids Coalition. Each year we host a Safe Kids Fair with many community partners including the school, hospital, police force and first responders. In addition to hosting events the safe kids coalition distributes safety devices such as car seats, smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, helmets, and personal floatation devices. Just as important, we also teach parents, caregivers and children how to use these important resources correctly.

Learn more about our local chapter of Safe Kids by calling Kristin Anderson at 435-657-3502 or by visiting the Utah Safe Kids Website

Empowering Families Everywhere

Parents as Teachers is a program that builds strong communities, thriving families and children who are healthy, safe, and ready for school.

  • Parents enrolled in this program:
  • Receive personal visits from trained professionals
  • Make group connections with other families and parents in the program
  • Have a built in resource network
  • Have free developmental screenings for their child

Learn more about this program, qualifications and current availability by calling 435-657-3307

Welcome Baby Program

Whether it’s your first baby or you are an experienced mother, we can offer some extra support and assistance through our Welcome Baby Program.

Welcome Baby families receive:

  • Free monthly home visits
  • Age-specific development information and parenting tips
  • Free monthly children’s book—build your child’s library
  • Opportunity to celebrate your baby’s milestones
  • New games and parent engagement activities Learning kits and other ideas to ensure your child is on track for school readiness

More Information Coming Soon

  • Mile-by-Mile Marathon Information
  • Healthy School Scorecard Program
  • Bike Rodeos
  • Walk to School Day
  • Safe Routes to School Assessments

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The National DPP lifestyle change program is an evidence-based program focused on helping participants make positive lifestyle changes such as eating healthier, reducing stress, and getting more physical activity.


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Life can get pretty busy and complicated, but managing your diabetes doesn't have to be. All individuals with diabetes are welcome to attend our Diabetes Management Class.

When: The last Wednesday of each month at 6:00 PM

Where: Wasatch County Health Department (55 S 500 E Heber City, Ut) Conference Room B

General Wellness

Healthy Aging

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Mental Health

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Tobacco & Substance Use Prevention


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