Live Well Allegheny

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Live Well Allegheny is an initiative to improve the
health and wellness of county residents

Local Resources for Healthy Living

Join us in our efforts to improve the health of Allegheny County. You can start with simple things like increasing your physical activity, eating more fruits and vegetables and taking the stairs instead of the elevator.

Take an active role in managing your own health! With a few easy steps, you and your family (and friends) can live healthier and happier lives.

Search Local Resources

Visit our Resource Directory to search our growing roster of Live Well Allegheny Partners for activities and services near you!

Upcoming Healthy Living Events

See our Events Calendar for dates and times of upcoming Live Well Allegheny Partner and program events.

A healthy community starts with you. Let’s work together for a healthier Allegheny County.

Live Well Allegheny Stories

Addressing Tobacco Use in Allegheny County and Southwestern Pennsylvania

The Great American Smoke Out is an annual national tobacco awareness holiday sponsored by the American Cancer Society. It is designed to encourage thousands of smokers to begin “Day 1” of their quitting journey on the third Thursday of November. Throughout Allegheny County and Southwestern Pennsylvania, Adagio Health is there to help smokers quit and … Continue reading Addressing Tobacco Use in Allegheny County and Southwestern Pennsylvania »

Pittsburgh Langley Holds Walk to School Day Event

Pittsburgh Langley Holds Walk to School Day Event   The 26th Annual National Walk to School Day was held on October 6 at Pittsburgh Langley K-8. National Walk to School Day promotes safe, active transportation. Active transportation is a way of getting around that is powered by human energy, specifically walking and biking. Along with providing … Continue reading Pittsburgh Langley Holds Walk to School Day Event »

September is National Food Safety Education Month

It’s a great time to freshen up on food safety practices and educate yourself about preventing food poisoning. Each year, about 1 in 6 Americans get a foodborne illness. While only a small percentage of these illnesses are the result of identified foodborne outbreaks (two or more similar illnesses result from eating the same food), … Continue reading September is National Food Safety Education Month »

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