At the Arkansas Minority Health Commission (AMHC), your health is our priority. The SAFS will focus on encouraging small lifestyle changes for a big impact on the lives of minority people across the state. This program will give you recipes and food prep changes to start your change to a better lifestyle. We want to make being healthy an easy choice. Also, SAFS has a 21-day plan that will walk you through our easy to use free program.
The AMHC works to lower gaps in care for minorities and educate on healthy lifestyles. One of the most known gaps that minorities face is obesity.
SAFS is created to teach Arkansas minorities about healthy ways to cook Southern-style (soul) foods. The program wants to reach people to offer new ways of cooking meals.
We want you to join the SAFS Program to start the change to better living with new food prep options. We want you to keep using recipes from our SAFS Cookbook after you complete the program to keep this lifestyle change!
By learning how to prepare soul food recipes in better ways, you can change your life without giving up the foods you love. The SAFS program can help you do just that. After you have registered online, you will have access to our online toolkit that will offer everything you need to complete the program.
Your toolkit will include:
Once you have access to the toolkit, follow the directions on your Welcome Letter to get started.
When the SAFS program is over, you will have the tools to continue your better lifestyle change.
Go ahead, make the first small step toward a big change that starts with signing up and starting the Southern Ain’t Fried Sundays 21-Day Plan today! (click here)
For groups joining in the SAFS Program, an important step is to choose key people: A Program Leader and the Planning Group. These roles will include helping people to complete the steps below. Their roles include:
Roles of key people:
The role of the Program Leader includes:
The role of the Planning Group includes: