HPDP is offering in-person and virtual programs for active patients this season. We will keep you updated on any program changes.
HPDP (Health Promotion/Disease Prevention) department is a team of dietitians, personal trainers, a grant coordinator and a patient relations representative that create healthy American Indians of all ages through fitness training and health education offered by the wellness center, youth camps, after-school programs, and fitness and education classes.
We encourage everyone to use our online forms. Click the programs you want to apply for, complete the text boxes in the application and hit submit, and that is all you do! If you have provided an email address, you will receive a confirmation of your application submission. A HPDP representative will follow up with you on your application.
For more information, please call (405) 948-4900 ext. 698.
After-School Youth Programs:
- Basketball (Mondays)
- Kids in the Kitchen (Tuesdays) – VIRTUAL
- E-GYM (Tuesdays)
- Kayaking (Tuesdays)
- Running (Wednesdays)
- Native Creations (Wednesdays)
- Stickball (Thursdays)
- Golf (Thursdays)
- Jr. MISS (Thursdays)
- MISS (Thursdays)
Youth & Family Programs:
- Family Dinner Night – VIRTUAL
- Family Traditional Dance Night
- Kids in the Kitchen Jr.
- Pediatric Wellness Program
- TURTLE Camp
- Adult Fancy Fringes
- Adult Weight Management
- Kidney Class
- Healthy Heart Class
- Senior Nutrition – VIRTUAL
Wellness Center classes:
HPDP Goals and Objectives:
Provide our Native youth with education and resources on healthy lifestyle choices for chronic disease prevention.
Provide opportunities for participants to ask questions.
Provide Native American youth opportunities to try different healthy forms of physical activities, games, and experiences.