By Marissa Hatlen
Do-Good Sturgeon Bay is moving into the second phase of its community health program, offering free one-on-one health coaching. The organization formed as a partnership between Bellin Health Sturgeon Bay and Lakeshore Community Action Program to encourage community members to do good for themselves and their community. Participants in the health coaching phase will work individually with coaches to set, work toward, and achieve healthy living goals. Jesse Stukenberg, Bellin’s Wellbeing Consultant, says fostering healthy lifestyles not only helps participants feel healthier, but also improves treatment outcomes in the future.
You can participate in the program by donating healthy food items or $5 to the Lakeshore CAP Door County Food Pantry; the program has delivered nearly 4,000 pounds of food so far. For tips on good items to donate and more information about the Do-Good Sturgeon Bay program’s offerings, you can visit their Facebook page below.