Healthy Weight Program Resources
The Healthy Weight Program is located at 3550 Market St. in Philadelphia. For your visit, there are several parking options.
Food Fit Philly, part of Get Healthy Philly, works to reduce and prevent obesity and related chronic diseases.
Get Healthy Philly envisions a Philadelphia where all residents can live, work, learn, shop, worship and play in environments that promote healthy eating, active living, and a smoke-free existence.
Find programs and activities, such as camps, baseball leagues, and older adult services, and places to go that are both fun and keep you fit.
It's a volunteer driven organization that encourages and motivates girls and their families to participate in fitness activities and learn about healthy nutrition.
Students Run Philly Style is the only program in Philadelphia that offers marathon training to help youth succeed in life.
The Enterprise Center provides access to capital, building capacity, business education and economic development opportunities to high-potential, minority entrepreneurs.
The Food Trust works to ensure that everyone has access to affordable, nutritious food and information to make healthy decisions.
The Vetri Foundation for Children works to help kids experience the connection between healthy eating and healthy living.
West Philly Foods CSA is part of a larger food system. The CSA aggregates produce from local, urban and rural farms.
CalorieKing provides information about diet and weight loss, calorie counter and more.
The Healthy Weight Toolkit is a resource for families that want to learn to eat healthier and be more active. Download each sheet and print it out!
Find healthy versions of your favorite dishes or recipes that will take you on a trip around the world to taste new recipes and flavors.
Find and rate low calorie, healthy recipes at SparkRecipes. Use the free recipe calculator to find the calories, carbs, fat and protein in your recipes.
This calculator from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides BMI and the corresponding BMI-for-age percentile on a CDC BMI-for-age growth chart.
The CDC's website provides information about growth charts, which have been used by pediatricians, nurses and parents to track the growth of infants, children and adolescents.
HealthyChildren.org, from the AAP, provides general health information by age groups, information about healthy living, safety and prevention information and more.
Let’s Move! is a comprehensive initiative, launched by the First Lady, dedicated to solving the problem of obesity.
It's Philadelphia’s premier running and walking specialty store committed to carrying the best running and walking equipment available.
The Please Touch Museum is a nationally recognized children's museum offering family activities, hands-on fun for children 7 and younger, kids' birthday parties and more.
We Can! is a national movement designed to give parents, caregivers and entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 stay at a healthy weight.
The YMCA supports families in their efforts to build the five pillars that support a healthy family home: eat healthy, play every day, get together, go outside and sleep well.