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OCCHD: Improving Oklahomans’ quality of life

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“The definitive factors in determining whether someone is in good health extend significantly beyond access to care and include the conditions in their life and the conditions of their neighborhoods.” – John Auerbach, former policy director with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The Oklahoma City-County Health Department aims to improve the physical, social and emotional health of vulnerable youth and their families in communities with higher health disparities and without access to things that enhance quality of life.

Through programming at the Southern Oaks Learning and Wellness Campus, youth can reach their full potential as citizens and leaders.

The Oklahoma City-County Health Department

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