The Douglas County Community Health Improvement Partnership (CHIP) encourages all residents to be more physically active and live a healthy lifestyle. While CHIP partners with other agencies to encourage all ages to be active, it works with local schools to target younger people to encourage physical activity. The CHIP Get Moving! program was designed to encourage students in Douglas County to be physically active outside of their school day, earn incentives for doing so, be healthier and encourage those around them to be active also.

Contact Info:
Get Moving
c/o CHIP
325 Maine Street
Lawrence, KS 66044



• To encourage additional exercise outside of the regular physical education program or recess time.
• To encourage families to exercise together, especially during the winter months.
• To increase the percentage of children and families who participate in regular physical activity.
• To encourage healthy eating habits and increase fruit and vegetable consumption.
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