Ruth Lilly Health Education Center 

RLHECEstablished in 1989, the Ruth Lilly Health Education Center (RLHEC) serves thousands of central Indiana children and young adults by providing inspiring health education through innovative presentations that promote and reinforce healthy lifestyle choices.

Marian University’s continued commitment to be a community anchor and leader for neighborhood revitalization will bolster the long-term sustainability of the RLHEC’s mission and programming.

Ruth Lilly Health Education Center Program Guide 2017–18


Pick MeThe Ruth Lilly Health Education Center has provided innovative and engaging programming to over two million participants since 1989. Our mission is one of empowering youth and adults to make choices that lead to positive changes in Hoosier health. All of our programs align with national and state academic standards for health and wellness and are designed to engage, empower, and educate.

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All programs are designed to actively engage participants. "Food For Thought" brings nutrition education to life with the use of virtual reality technology.

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All programs are designed to empower classroom teachers and their students. "Stepping Toward Peace" reinforces skills in conflict resolution, communication, and building healthy relationships.

Read more about our "Stepping Toward Peace" program

All health education programs are aligned with academic standards. Accurate, scientific, and relevant health information is provided in order to promote a deeper understanding of and appreciation for the wonder and complexity of the human body. Two of the highly popular programs are "Life Begins" and "Ready, Set, Grow!"

Read more about our "Ready Set Grow" program
Read more about our "Life Begins" program

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