Come join our summer program! Lots of amazing activities, cooking demos, games, trips, and friendships made to last a lifetime! Be a part of a summer program that is dedicated to healthy choices, healthy living, fun, and exercise! Only a few spots left so please call Rena, at the number on the flyer, as soon as possible to guarantee a spot!
Community Healthcare Network (CHN) is a nonprofit organization that provides health care to low-income and uninsured New Yorkers. CHN aims to provide access to quality, culturally-competent community-based primary care, mental health, and social services for diverse populations in underserved communities throughout New York City.
CHN is made up of 14 federally qualified health centers throughout Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Manhattan, along with a fleet of mobile vans that bring health services to people in need. We provide judgment-free, high-quality healthcare, without regard to race, religion, orientation, gender identity, immigration status or ability to pay. We turn no one away.
Our Crown Heights Health Center located at 1167 Nostrand Ave in Brooklyn has partnered with Live Light, Live Right Program to help treat children who struggle with obesity and the health problems it causes. We focus on the specific needs of each child and family. We then create a treatment plan based on their needs. We offer great care that helps to lower health risks through medical intervention, nutrition and behavior change counseling. Our team is deeply committed to our patients and strives to empower them to take control of their health.
To learn more about Communist Healthcare Network visit us at https://www.chnnyc.org/
Great Summer Camp Opportunity for the LLLR Kids! Join the NYC Parks Department at Randall’s Island for a FREE fun-filled summer camp experience! Please contact Rena at 718-221-1598 for more information or to sign up. There are limited spots so please sign up soon!!
Live Light Live Right changes lives every day. Listen to Niches inspirational story on how much his life has changed from the Live Light Live Light Program.
The cornerstone in the management of an overweight child is a lifestyle change that includes restriction of calories and increasing physical activity. It sounds so simple, right? Then why has the rate of obesity among children and adolescents tripled over the past three decades? Currently, a third of New York’s children are overweight or obese. These are the facts, now what can help?
Here are some practical goals to work with:
Now let’s get healthy together!
For more information call Rena at 718-221-1598
Live Light Live Right celebrated our Annual Winter Wonderland Holiday Party at CAMBA. We have a great deal to celebrate this year, many success in our program. Our families and participants shared their moving stories of struggles and accomplishments with all of the individuals that attended the party. The delicious healthy food was provided by our new chef Jimmy with the assistance of our Senior Nutritionist Judy Marshel. The Live Light Live Right staff trainers kept the children busy with dancing, obstacle courses and word games. It was a wonderful party and we were grateful to Robin Hood Foundation for their continued support, CAMBA for providing us with wonderful space, as well as Empire State Realty Trust for their employees generation donation of gifts.
The Creating Healthy Places and Healthy Schools Brooklyn successes included over 28 miles of bike lanes painted, improving the number of healthy offerings in over 100 grocery stores and bodegas, supporting the growth and sustainability of 6 community farmers markets, the establishment of local school wellness policy in 32 schools reaching over 20,000 students, and more.
On January 6, 2016 at we will be joining the leadership team to recognize the collective achievements and impact that our efforts have made within our community.
Sarita Dhuper, MD, FACC, Founder and Executive Director, Live Light Live Right
Insulin is a hormone made in the pancreas by a group of cells called Beta cells. When we eat carbohydrates—sugars and starches found in many foods they finally convert into glucose that enters the bloodstream. With the help of insulin, cells throughout the body absorb glucose and use it for energy. Insulin helps muscle, fat, and liver cells absorb glucose from the bloodstream, lowering blood glucose levels and when there is excess it stores it in the form of glycogen in the liver.