North Arkansas Partnership for Health Education (NAPHE)

North Arkansas Partnership for Health Education (NAPHE)

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NAPHE Donation Form

The North Arkansas Partnership for Health Education (NAPHE) provides education services and programs to healthcare providers, healthcare professionals and citizens of northern Arkansas. The not-for-profit partnership between North Arkansas College and North Arkansas Regional Medical Center is the first cooperative effort of its type in Arkansas.

NAPHE utilizes the facilities of North Arkansas College and North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) to offer its programs.

North Arkansas Partnership for Health Education, Inc. is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Midwest Multistate Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Midwest MSD Provider Approval #AR1020-5.

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    NAPHE
    Programs

    NAPHE programs including support groups and parenting classes, senior health and education, community health resource center, tobacco education, prevention resource center and circle of life.

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  • audience health education workshop
    NAPHE

    Programs

    NAPHE programs including support groups and parenting classes, senior health and education, community health resource center, tobacco education, prevention resource center and circle of life.

NAPHE Programs and Services

Circle of Life — a program that offers a variety of services to pregnant/parenting teens in Boone, Newton and Carroll counties to empower them to provide a nurturing environment for their children and learn skills for a more productive life. To be eligible, teens must be 18 years old or younger and pregnant or parenting. The child can be no older than two weeks at enrollment, and the mother must be a first-time mom.

Community Health Resource Center — a center that provides support and education groups, health lifestyles counseling and prescription drug assistance.

Tobacco Education Programs — a program in Boone, Newton, Carroll, Searcy and Van Buren counties that works through various outreaches in schools and with community service partners. The non-profit group works through a Tobacco Prevention and Cessation grant to move people toward a healthy lifestyle and help people quit smoking when they are ready. The organization also assists businesses with wellness plans and tobacco use policies.