By Tim Kowols
Bellin Health’s Do Good Sturgeon Bay is having a positive impact on people’s lifestyles and a local organization. For the cost of a food item or small fee, residents can get a health-risk assessment and participate in classes focusing on eating healthier and getting more active. The money and items are then donated to Lakeshore Community Action Program for their outreach efforts. Nurse Jesse Stukenberg says the program seems to be gaining in popularity since it made its debut at Bellin Health’s Sturgeon Bay Clinic earlier this year.
In addition to helping change lives in the community through their two current classes, Do Good Sturgeon Bay has collected over 4,000 pounds for Lakeshore CAP. We have more information on how you can sign for future classes online with this story.