Get Involved

You can help promote healthy behaviors on your installation or in your community. There are many ways to get involved in the 5210 health promotion campaign! Become a Point of Contact, or POC, to implement the full campaign at your installation or community. Can’t fully commit to being a POC? No worries, there are other ways to get involved! Scroll down to learn more!


Why get involved?

5210 spreads a simple message about behaviors that support good health throughout communities. A healthy community is a happy community!  Become a Point of Contact, or POC, to implement the full campaign at your installation or community.


What’s it take?

Anyone can help promote healthy behaviors on their installation or in their community just by being a good role-model of the healthy behaviors. Read through the toolkits or the healthy highlights page to learn more about increasing your daily fruit and vegetable consumption, limiting your sedentary behavior and recreational screen time, increasing your daily physical activity, and decreasing your consumption of sweetened beverages.


How can I get involved?

To implement the full campaign at your installation or in your community, you will need a Point of Contact, or POC.

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The Point of Contact, or POC, is responsible for implementing the campaign throughout their installation or community. This person should have a great interest in health promotion, and have access to places families frequently visit. The POC will complete training, receive certification, and a guide to implement on their installation or community.

The 5210 health promotion campaign has parallel toolkits for implementation on a military installation and in a civilian community. Consider which toolkit best fits your needs and get started!

Can’t fully commit to being a POC? No worries, there are other ways to get involved!


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A teacher can use several toolkits at their school to promote the 5210 behaviors. Teachers implementing 5210 is a great way to role model the healthy behaviors for children AND get resources home to families! Visit the Toolkit page to learn more about the elementary schools, middle & high schools, after-school programs, families, and workplace toolkits!

Student

There are many ways a student can help implement the 5210 campaign by organizing events related to the four healthy behaviors. Look to organize a Bike to School day promotion physical activity or help organize Screen-Free week in May! At these events, you can promote the other 5210 behaviors! Visit the Toolkit page to learn more about elementary schools, middle & high schools, and families’ toolkits!


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Looking to get your community on a healthy track? Use the 5210 campaign to promote four daily health behaviors for your families. Contact local businesses, schools, and workplaces to join in on the campaign as well! Visit the Resources page to learn more about what’s available to promote the campaign, or the Contact Us page to get assistance in starting!

Program Coordinator

Responsible for youth programs at your installation or in your community? 5210 is a great way to use already developed resources to promote healthy behaviors! Visit the Toolkit page to promote the campaign using the youth centers, after-school programs, fitness centers, community centers, families, and leaders toolkits!


Fitness Director/ Instructor

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The 5210 health messaging campaign has a fitness center toolkit providing materials to inform your patrons about the four health behaviors. Spread the word and get started today! Visit the Toolkit page to learn about the fitness center toolkit!