Education Programs Offered
Health Education Offerings
The Health Education Division provides local leadership for community programs that promote good health in our community. Our Health Educator delivers evidence-based information that meets the core educational requirements of the Indiana Department of Education. For more information on current education opportunities click here.
The FHD offers two curricula; anti-intimate partner violence and navigating healthcare for health empowerment. Our Health Educator delivers evidence-based curricula that meet the core educational requirements of the Indiana Department of Education. For details on the curriculums click here.
ServSafe Food Handler and Manager Certificate
Please contact Health Educator at HealthEdu@fishers.in.us Please note that this course requires a three-week notice.
(Youth) Mental Health First Aid Training
The Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFAT) course is appropriate for anyone age 18 and older who wants to learn how to help a person who may be experiencing a mental health-related crisis or problem. This course is appropriate for those who work with young people ages 12 to 25.
Question. Persuade. Refer. (QPR)
The QPR course is appropriate for children in high school and older who want to learn how to recognize signs of suicide and respond to them.
Naloxone program is a community-based overdose education and naloxone distribution program that was created as a way to combat Indiana’s opioid overdose epidemic. The FHD offers FREE Narcan kits to the Fishers community. To learn more about the Naloxone program offered by FHD, click here.
To schedule a walk-through on the Connections curriculum lesson plan, please contact the health educator.