Team Inyo Partners & Other Resources

Inyo County Superintendent of Schools
Phone: (760) 873-3262
Toiyabe Indian Health Project
Preventive Medicine: (760) 873-8851
Public Health: (760) 872-2622
Inyo Mono Advocates for Community Action
Phone: (760) 873-8557
Northern Inyo Hospital
Phone: (760) 873-5811
City of Bishop
Parks & Recreation Department
Phone: (760) 873-5863
First 5
First 5 Inyo County
Phone: (760) 873-6453
Inyo County HHS
Inyo County HHS
Prevention: (760) 872-0900
WIC: (760) 872-1885
Public Health: (760) 873-7868
Inyo & Mono Counties 4-H Youth Program
Phone: (760) 873-7854
Champions for Change
Join the Movement!
Learn more about joining the movement of Californians who are eating healthy and moving more! Website has resources in English and Spanish.
The California Department of Public Health
Dedicated to optimizing the health
And well-being of the people in California. Useful website to find out the latest public health news and information on topics such as immunizations and child health.
Rethink Your Drink
The campaign primary goals are to:
1) educate low-income Californians about healthy drink options,
2) help identify drinks with added sugar,
3) make the link between consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks and health risks.
Change Lab Solutions
Change Lab Solutions
Law and policy innovation for the common good. Provides innovative tools to address childhood obesity and other public health issues.
Walk to School
Walk to School
Communities and schools are using Walk or Bike to School Day as the first step to change community culture and to create options for getting around that are more inviting for everyone,
Power Play Campaign
Power Play Campaign!
The Power Play! Campaign develops and tests a variety of resources to help educate, motivate, and empower elementary school-aged children to eat fruits and vegetables and be physically active. The materials are research-based, educator-friendly, and appealing to children.
Eat Right
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is the world’s largest organization of food and nutrition professionals, committed to improving the nation’s health and advancing the profession of dietetics through research, education and advocacy.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
24/7. Saving Lives. Protecting People.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention funds the Community Wellness Program at Toiyabe Indian Health Project with two grants focused on Healthy Eating and Active Living.
Harvest of the Month
Harvest of the Month
Increase access to fruits and vegetables through school meal programs, farm-to-school programs, classrooms, school gardens, farmers' markets, grocery stores, community gardens, worksites, and other community-based locations.