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Generations United has designated CATCH Healthy Habits as a Program of Distinction within the intergenerational community. 

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Read a summary about the history and development of the pilot program, Active Generations, which led to CATCH Healthy Habits.

CATCH Healthy Habits

Better health for children and adults

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Through OASIS CATCH Healthy Habits, you can help combat obesity and have fun helping kids learn good eating and physical activity habits for a lifetime. More than 3,000 volunteers and 16,700 children have benefitted from the program.

We have lots of ways to help in your community:

Work with children in grades K to 5 to lead fun, active games, share healthy snacks, and learn about good food choices. Sessions meet weekly for an hour and training is provided.

Support the team on site or behind the scenes. Prepare snacks, transport game equipment or provide office support. Watch the kids in action and collect data to measure results.

Spread the word to people in your community. Take photos or videos of kids in action. Get the buzz going on Facebook and invite more people to get involved.

Take the lead by communicating with team members and partners to coordinate the sessions. Put your organizational skills to work to help expand the program and reach more kids.

Meet some of our volunteers

Partnership opportunities with OASIS

CATCH Healthy Habits, OASIS, VolunteeringOASIS works with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, YMCAs, schools and other community partners to offer CATCH Healthy Habits in 19 cities in 15 states.

To learn how you can partner with us to bring the program to your community, contact Peter Holtgrave, National Health Manager.

See a summary for more information on the need and the evidence of the program's success.


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CATCH is a nationally-recognized, evidence-based program to increase healthy behaviors in children.




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