PATH - Personal Action Towards Health

PATH (Personal Action Toward Health) Program

PATH (Personal Action Towards Health) is a Chronic Disease Self-Management Program that teaches practical skills for living a healthy life with a chronic health condition like diabetes, arthritis, asthma, chronic pain, or heart disease. Classes meet for 2 1/2 hours once a week for 6 weeks.

Classes for 2015:
   • Hancock Classes:   Tue, May 19-June 23, 2 pm @ Portage Health Flyer
For more information or to register for a PATH class in your area call:
      (906) 786-4701, Ext. 3019 or 1-800-338-7227

View:   PATH Brochure   /   MI Partners in PATH, 11 min video   /  
           Jan'13 Daily Press article - Training PATH Leaders

PATH - Diabetes Program

This new program is specifically for adults with Type 2 diabetes and their family and caregivers. It covers diabetes self-management topics such as healthy eating, physical activity, sick day management, foot care, medications, managing hyper- and hypo- glycemia, and working with health care providers.

Classes for 2015:
  • Keweenaw Bay Class: Mon, May 18-July 6, 5:30 pm @ KBIC
  • Escanaba Classes:       Thr, May 21-June 25, 6 pm @ MSU Ext Ofc
  • Menominee Classes:    Fri, June 5-July 10, 9 am @ Senior Center
  • Escanaba Classes:       Mon, June 8-July 13, 9 am @ MTEC
  • Norway Classes:   Fri, June 19-July 24, 12:30 pm @ 1st Baptist Church   Flyer
  • Menominee Classes:    Tue, Aug.11-Sept.15, 9 am @ Library
  • Iron Mountain Classes: Tue, Sept.1-Oct.6, 9 am @ TBD
  • Gwinn Classes:              Mon, Sept.21-Oct.26, @ TBD
  • Escanaba Classes:        Tue, Sept.22-Oct.27, 1 pm @ MTEC
  • Hermansville Classes:   Fri, Oct.2-Nov.6, 1 pm @ Senior Center

Free Online Program - Better Choices, Better Health ® - Diabetes workshop. Another educational option for those interested in learning more about managing diabetes. View Flyer

Register Here: www.RestartLiving/org/Diabetes


Free class for individuals with Multiple Sclerosis and their loved ones to learn skills that help deal with everyday challenges associated with MS.

Learn to set goals, share experiences, and find supports to manage:
  • Balance          • Communication     • Healthy Eating       • Pain
  • Medications     • Staying Active     • Lack of Energy       • Stress

Classes for 2015:
   • Check back for new class listings