The Living Compass program is based on the belief that each of us could know what we need to do to become more whole if we would only take time to listen to God’s quiet whisper of a voice within us. It is also based on the belief that we cannot be whole by ourselves: this journey towards wellness will require the support and care of others as well.
Healthcare.gov has changed to help you get ready for the launch of the Health Insurance Marketplace on October 1. Answer a few questions to learn about qualifying for lower costs.
The core projects of the Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion (CNPP) support the following objectives:
- Dietary Guidelines for Americans
- USDA Food Guidance System (MyPlate, MyPyramid, Food Guide Pyramid)
- Healthy Eating Index
- U.S. Food Plans
- Nutrient Content of the U.S. Food Supply
- Expenditures on Children by Families
This website seeks to provide resources for individuals, families, congregations and dioceses to engage in the work of challenging violence. There are pages of resources that are pastoral and educational. There is also a page of advocacy resources and possibilities for connecting with other organizations involved in advocacy and challenging violence. We are always looking for additional resources, so you if know of things we could add or if you have questions, please email: email@example.com.
This section of the HHS.gov website provides information to help you understand and share with others what the Affordable Care Act means for you, your family and your community, including the most vulnerable and in need of health care. The site includes a webinar schedule, education materials, and links to more information.
If you’re a professional learning about the Marketplace and helping people apply, get the latest resources here. NEHM recommends the Official Resources link below, which includes training materials, presentations, logos, etc. for your use.