Day 1 – First Day Introduction Health

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Day 1 Health Education

Eric Thomas How Bad Do You Want It

How do you get through your day?

Welcome to my Health Class website! I hope you will be able to use this site as a resource in my class. I will keep all assignments posted on here. You will also be able to look back at previous assignments if you have been absent. My site has RSS feeds, which allows you to subscribe and receive updates. Feel free to email me with any questions at lajuan.lewis@jefferson.kyschools.us

STUDENT LOGINS- The students will have logins on the school computers. They can access edmodo from home. Click Here Enter your login Group Code:

The Academy @Shawnee High School Curriculum Map for Health Education

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Essential Question:  What basic concepts are related to health promotion and disease prevention?

Rationale: The acquisition of basic health concepts and functional health knowledge provides a foundation for promoting health-enhancing behaviors among youth. This standard includes essential concepts that are based on established health behavior theories and models. Concepts that focus on both health promotion and risk reduction are included in the performance indicators.

Shawnee High School

Course Title:  Health Science (a graduation requirement)

Teacher:         La Juan Lewis, gym.  I am available before and after school (usually 7:30-7:40 am and 12:50-2:00 pm).  Please contact me if you wish to take advantage of this extra time for studying or to sit down and have a conference.

Class Website:  http://www.coachlewispe.com

Textbooks:       Prentice Hall Health & Lifetime Health, Friedman, Stine, Whalen.  Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 2005.

Optional or Supplemental books/materials: 

Additional material and supplemental resources will be provided via handouts and overheads as needed.

Course Description:

This course is designed to increase student awareness of their health; of what distinguishes healthy behavior from high-risk behavior, and the ways in which health interacts with the community and environment.  This course will encourage the student, to adopt positive health related behavior through skill building that includes decision-making, role modeling, critical analysis, and goal setting.

Course Objectives:

The student will be able to:

1)  Promote personal health and prevent disease.

2)  Practice positive mental and emotional skill building strategies, which will increase responsible behavior to family members and others.

3)  Establish personal goals and create self-designed programs that promote health

behaviors.

4)      Understand the difference between environment and genetics in an individual’s

growth and development.

5)  Demonstrate and apply their knowledge of the infectious cycle and connect this

knowledge to public health efforts (community agencies) to prevent disease.

6)  Recognize the connection between low self-esteem, drug and alcohol abuse and teen

pregnancy.

7)      Assess individual nutritional habits and identify components of a balanced and healthy diet.

8)      Understand and demonstrate the relationship between advertising techniques and

negative health choices.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND GRADING POLICY

Attendance and Tardy Policy:

Because there is a direct relationship between student attendance and success in school, each day is important for the attending student.  Shawnee High School policy on attendance as stated in our student handbook will be followed and enforced.

Assignment Policy and Assignment Grading Weight:

  • Class work: Daily class work will be assigned and turned in after completion of the lesson/activity.  The student will be responsible in keeping a journal discussing his/her accomplishments in and out of class.  It is the student’s responsibility to inform the instructor of any long-term absences.  Weight:  35% of grade.
  • Tests and Quizzes: After each section (see Course Content, below), quizzes and tests will be administered.  Weight:  25% of grade.
  • Tests and Quizzes: After each section (see Course Content, below), quizzes and tests will be administered.  Weight:  25% of grade.
  • Participation: Weight:  25% of grade.
  • Group Chapter Project: Periodically, class meetings unless specified by the teacher with Cardinal Success Program.  Weight:  15% of grade.
  • Make-up Work: Make-up work will be allowed for up to one week after the return of a student due to an absence.  Other incidences will be decided by the discretion of the instructor.  “Forgetting”, “losing” and the use of other similar excuses are not valid reasons for make-up.

Grade Distribution:

A=100-90%

B=89-80%

C=79-70%

D=69-60%

F=59% and below

Course Content:

Making Healthy Choices

Mental Health

Social Health

Nutrition

Physical Fitness

The Human Life Cycle

Preventing Substance Abuse

Disease and Disorders

Safe Environment

Required Materials:

1—Three-ring binder (1 ½ preferred)

Binder paper

1—120 page Notebook (optional)

Pens and Pencils

The student will be responsible for bringing their materials to class, all assignments, with quizzes and related tests completed in class.

Week 19 Learning Targets and Lesson Plans – Last Week Evaluating Fitness and Wellness Products & Final Exams

Physical Education Final Exam

Shawnee High School Physical Education Final Exam 2017

PE 2 (Physical Education 2) Final Exam

Shawnee High School Physical Education 2 Final Exam

We go to the Swimming Pool on Mondays and Wednesdays. Bring towels and swimming materials.

Concept 23 Evaluating Fitness and Wellness Products: Becoming an Informed Consumer

PE-Recreational Lesson Plan

 Grocery Store Secrets: How to Shop Healthy at Walmart
The Whole Story l The History of Whole Foods Market®
Whole Foods Is Cheaper Than Walmart | Organic Food Challenge

Week 10 Learning Targets and Lesson Plans – Soccer

We go to the weight room on Mondays and Fridays. Workout sheets will be provide in weight room.

This week’s Powerpoint

Concept 11 Body Mechanics: Posture, Questionable Exercises, & Care of the Back & Neck

PE- Soccer Lesson Plan #1PE- Soccer Lesson Plan #2

Beginning Soccer Activities

Soccer Lesson for Elementary PE

PE- Soccer Exit Slip

PE - Soccer Passing Accuracy Sheet Exit Slip

Day 41 Prentice Hall – Chapter 9 Making Healthy Food Choices, section 3

CNN student News

Learning Targets - Chapter 9 section 3

Powerpoint

Prentice Hall – Chapter 9 Making Healthy Food Choices, section 3 Nutrition for Individual Needs

Health Chapter 9 Quiz – Making Healthy Food Choices

Chapter Video

Prentice Hall Chapter 9

THE DECISION: Prince the Cure & Kieon

I am the Cure for Obesity

Health Week Two#1

Health Week Two#2

Health Week Two#3

Health Week Two#4

Learning Objective
Activity
Closing Task
 

Day 30 Prentice Hall – Chapter 7 Preventing Violence, section 2 Violence In Schools

CNN student News

Learning Targets - Chapter 7 section 2

Powerpoint

Prentice Hall – Chapter 7 Preventing Violence, section 1 What is Violence

Prentice Hall – Chapter 7 Preventing Violence, section 2 Violence in Schools

Do Page 167 Section 1 Review Prentice Hall Health Book in your journals.

Do Page 173 Section 2 Review Prentice Hall Health Book in your journals.

Chapter Video

Prentice Hall Chapter 7

10 Most Evil School Bullies

Standards

Health Week 4th#1

Health Week 4th#2

Health Week 4th#3

Learning Objective
Activity
Closing Task
 

Day 29 Prentice Hall – Chapter 7 Preventing Violence, section 1 What is Violence

CNN student News

Learning Targets - Chapter 7 section 1

Powerpoint

Prentice Hall – Chapter 7 Preventing Violence, section 1 What is Violence

Prentice Hall – Chapter 7 Preventing Violence, section 2 Violence in Schools

Do Page 167 Section 1 Review Prentice Hall Health Book in your journals.

Do Page 173 Section 2 Review Prentice Hall Health Book in your journals.

Chapter Video

Prentice Hall Chapter 7

Ways to Stop Bullying

Standards

Health Week 4th#1

Health Week 4th#2

Health Week 4th#3

Learning Objective
Activity
Closing Task
 

Day 25 Prentice Hall – Chapter 5 – Family Relationships, section 2 Family Problems

CNN student News

Learning Targets - Chapter 5 section 2

Eric Thomas

The Problem is AVERAGE (Family Problems)

Parenting Style Quiz

Powerpoint

Prentice Hall – Chapter 5 Family Relationships, section 2 Families Problems

Do Section Review page 123  questions 1-7 in journals

Chapter Video

Prentice Hall Chapter 5

Standards

Health Week Two#1

Health Week Two#2

Health Week Two#3

Health Week Two#4

Learning Objective
Activity
Closing Task
 

Day 24 Chapter 5 Families and Preventing Violence and Abuse, Section 1

CNN student News

 

Learning Targets - Chapter 5 section 1

 

Todays Powerpoint

HPE06_ch05_s1

TV Families Through the Years

Family Videos

Chapter Video

Prentice Hall Chapter 5

Keyterms

Chapter 5 Key Terms

Standards

Health Week 6th#1

Health Week 6th#2

Health Week 6th#3

Learning Objective
Activity
Closing Task
 

Day 20 Prentice Hall – Chapter 4, Eating Disorders, section 2

CNN student News

Learning Targets - Chapter 4 section 2

Todays Powerpoint

Prentice Hall Chapter 4, Eating Disorders, section 2

Wonderful Wonderful (Anorexia & Bulimia)

Bulimia- a Short Film

Self Esteem Tips: Dealing with Body Image Issues

Celebrity Photos Before And After Photoshop

Prentice Hall Chapter 4

Standards

Health Week 5th#3

Learning Objective
Activity
Closing Task
 

Day 19 Prentice Hall – Chapter 4, Mental Disorders, section 1

CNN student News

Learning Targets - Chapter 4 section 1

Todays Powerpoint

Wellcast – Automatic Thoughts

Prentice Hall – Chapter 4, section 1, Mental Disorders

What is Mental Health? with Dr. Mike Condra

Chapter Video

“We All Have Problems” – Mental Health Awareness Ad

What are Anxiety Disorders and what do I do?

Chapter Video

Prentice Hall Chapter 4

Standards

Health Week 5th#3

Learning Objective
Activity
Closing Task
 

Day 15 Prentice Hall – Chapter 3, section 2 Stress and Individuals

CNN student News

Learning Targets - Chapter 3 section 2

Todays Powerpoint

Health Prentice – Chapter 3, section 2 How Stress Affects Your Body

Chapter Video

Prentice Hall Chapter 3

Stress Management Strategies: Ways to Unwind

Too much stress in your life causes headaches, high blood pressure, tummy aches, memory loss and all other kinds of nasty stuff. But, how can you tell if you are showing stress symptoms? Check out our video for advice on how to tell when you’re stressed out and simple tips to relieve tension quickly. From little things you can do everyday to promote relaxation to strategies to cool off when you’re in the heat of the moment, we’ve got advice on the best ways to sit back and relax!
Standards

Health Week 5th#3

Learning Objective
Activity
Closing Task
 

Day 14 Prentice Hall – Chapter 3, section 1 What Causes Stress?

CNN student News

Learning Targets - Chapter 3 section 1

Todays Powerpoint
Prentice Hall – Chapter 3, section 1 What Causes Stress?

Chapter Video

Prentice Hall Chapter 3

The Grieving Process: Coping with Death


Standards

Health Week 5th#3

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

* Alcohol Abuse Helpline 1-800-276-6818
* Child Abuse (502) 589-4550
* Domestic Violence (502) 581-7222
* Gambler’s Anonymous (502) 561-5665
* Gay and Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Hotline (502) 454-7613
* Parent Support and Crisis 1-800-CHILDREN
* Pregnancy (502) 583-2151
* Rape Services (502) 581-7273
* V.I.N.E (Victim Notification Hotline 1-800-511-1670
* Al-Anon Information Services (502) 458-1234
* Alcoholics Anonymous (502) 582-1849
* Kentucky State Child Abuse Reporting Hotline 1-800-752-6200
* Big Brothers Big Sisters (502) 587-0494
* Catholic Charities (502) 637-9786
Family & Children First, Inc (502) 636-3670
* Child Advocacy Center (502) 893-3900
* New Parent Support (502) 589-2181
* Family Counseling and School Services (502) 893-3900
* First Steps, Seven Counties Services (502) 459-0225
* Home of the Innocents, Cralle Day House (502) 596-1240
* St. Joseph Home for Children (502) 893-0241
* Goodwill (502) 585-4945
* Seven Counties Services, Domestic Violence Offender Treatment Program (502) 589-1100
* Narcotics Anonymous (812) 948-5772

RESOURCE REFERRALS:

Metro United Way’s 24 hour information & Referral Service: (502) 566-4YOU

Metro United Way 2-1-1: A free and confidential hotline connects you to local services: dial 211

MetroCall 3-1-1: A free hotline to connect you to local and government services: dial 311 or 574-5000

Louisville Metro Community Services and Community Action Partnership: 574-4377

Hotlines

Alcohol Abuse Helpline: 1-800-276-6818

Child Abuse: 589-4550

Domestic Violence: 581-7222

Gambler’s Anonymous: 561-5665

Gay and Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Hotline: 454-7613

Parent Support and Crisis: 1-800-CHILDREN

Pregnancy: 583-2151

Rape Services: 581-7273

V.I.N.E (Victim Notification Hotline): 1-800-511-1670

Al-Anon Information Services: 458-1234

Alcoholics Anonymous: 582-1849

Children’s Services, Parenting Classes and After School Programs

Kentucky State Child Abuse Reporting Hotline: 1-800-752-6200

Big Brothers Big Sisters: 587-0494

Catholic Charities: (502) 637-9786

Exploited Children’s Help Organization: (502) 636-3670

1500 Poplar Level Road, Suite 2 Louisville, KY 40217

Family & Children First, Inc,: Intake and General Questions (502) 584-8505

Administration Office: 2303 River Road, Ste. 200, Louisville, KY 40206

Child Advocacy Center: (502) 893-3900

560 B South Fourth Street, Louisville, KY 40202

New Parent Support (Services for prenatal and first time parents): (502) 589-2181

410 W. Chestnut Street

Family Counseling and School Services: (502) 893-3900

The Family Place, A Child Abuse Treatment Agency, Inc.: (502) 636-2801

1800 Neville Drive, Louisville, KY 40216

First Steps, Seven Counties Services: (502) 459-0225

Home of the Innocents, Cralle Day House: (502) 596-1240

1020 East Market Street, Louisville, KY 40206

St. Joseph Home for Children: 893-0241

Clothing

Bethlehem Baptist Church: 964-4384

5708 Preston Highway Louisville, KY 40219

(Tues.-Thurs., 11:00 am – 4:00 p.m.)

Christ Church Cathedral (referral required): 587-1354

421 S. 2nd St. Louisville, KY 40202

Emanuel Missions: 935-1591

14008 Dixie Hwy.

Goodwill: 585-4945

909 E. Broadway, Louisville, KY 40203

The Healing Place: 584-6606

1020 W. Market Street, Louisville, KY 40202

(12 noon – 1p.m. and 5:00-6:00 p.m.)

Jefferson St. Baptist Center: 584-6543

733 E. Jefferson St., Louisville, KY 40203

(By appointment or 7-8:30 am)

Saint Vincent DePaul: 584-2480

1015-C S. Preston Street, Louisville, KY 40217

Schuhmann Center: 589-6696

730 E. Gray Street, Louisville, KY 40202

(Mon. – Fri. 9-11:45 am)

Southeast Christian Church, Helping Through Him: 253-8000

920 Blankenbaker, Louisville, KY 40243

Walnut Street Baptist Church (referrals required): 589-3354

1111 S. 3rd St., Louisville, KY 40203

(Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 12:30-3:30, call for an appointment)

Wayside Christian Mission: 584-3711

822 E. Market St., Louisville, KY 40202

Churches and Community Ministries

East Louisville Community Ministries: 561-0722

Fairdale Area Community Ministries: 367-9519

Fern Creek/Highview United Ministries: 239-4967

HELP Office: 637-6441

Highlands Community Ministries: 451-3695

Jefferson Street Baptist Chapel: 584-6532

Jeffersontown Association of Christian Congregation: 267-0505

Louisville Central Community Center: 583-8821

Ministries South Central Louisville: 363-9087

Neighborhood Visitor Program: 245-8822

Presbyterian Community Center: 584-0201

St. Matthews Area Ministries: 896-8055

Shively Area Ministries: 447-4330

Sister Visitor: 776-0155

South East Area Ministries: 458-2441

South Louisville Community Ministries: 367-6445

Southwest Community Ministries: 935-9957

United Crescent Hill Ministries: 893-0346

Wesley Community House: 583-8317

West Louisville Community Ministries: 778-2815

Benevolence Ministry, Southeast Christian Church: 253-8000

Cabbage Patch (children must be present in the home): 634-0811

Disabled Services

The Center for Accessible Living: 589-6620

981 S. Third Street, Louisville, KY 40203

Deaf Relay Service: 1-800-648-6057

(free to anyone without a machine) TDD 1-800-648-6056

Mental Inquest Disability Line: 595-4053,ext.4841

Social Security/ Disability Office: 582-6690

601 W. Broadway, Louisville, KY 40203 (need picture ID to enter)

TDD Crisis Information Center: 589-4259

Vocational Rehabilitation Services: 595-4173

410 W. Chestnut Street, Louisville, KY 40204

Education, GED Classes and Testing, Colleges, Universities, and Trade Schools

Community Action Partnership: 574-1157

810 Barret Ave, Louisville KY 40204

Jefferson County Public Schools  Adult Education: 485-7400

Jefferson Technical College: 595-4223

GED Testing (appointments required): 213-4100

727 West Chestnut Street, Louisville, KY 40204

Jefferson Community College (Downtown): 213-5333

109 East Broadway, Louisville, KY 40202

Jefferson Community College (Southwest): 935-9840

1000 Community College Drive, Louisville, KY 40272

Ahrens Education Center, GED Classes and Testing: 485-7400

546 S. First Street, Louisville, KY 40202

Bellarmine College: 452-8131

2001 Newburg Road, Louisville, KY 40205

ITT Technical Institute: 327-7424

10509 Timberwood Circle, Louisville, KY 40223

Kentucky Career Institute: 495-1040

4400 Breckinridge Lane, Louisville, KY 40218

Kentuckiana College Access Center: 584-0475

200 W. Broadway, 7th Floor, Louisville, KY 40202

Kentucky College of Business: 447-7634

3950 Dixie Highway, Louisville, KY 40216

Spalding University: 585-9911

851 S 4th St. Louisville, KY 40203

Spencerian College: 447-1000

4627 Dixie Highway, Louisville, KY 40216

Employment

Department for Employment Services: 595-4762

600 Cedar Street, Louisville, KY 40203

Kentucky Career Centers

Jefferson County

Bullitt County

Shelby County

Center for Women and Families: 581-7237

226 W. Breckinridge Street, Louisville, KY 40203

Goodwill Industries: 585-5221

Kentuckiana College Access Center: 584-0475

200 W. Broadway, 7th Floor, Louisville, KY 40202

Kentucky Department of Vocational Rehabilitation

Downtown: 595-4173

East: 254-3195

West: 449-1456

Louisville Works: 582-9675

803 E. Washington Street, Louisville, KY 40206

The Nia Center: 574-3700

2900 W. Broadway, Louisville, KY 40211

Louisville Urban League: 561-6830

1535 W. Broadway, Louisville, KY 40203

Ex-Offender Assistance and Advocacy

Community Action Partnership: 574-2939

810 Barret Ave, Louisville KY 40204

Prodigal Ministries: 568-1770

425 S. 2nd Street, Louisville, KY 40202

Dismas Charities: 636-2033

2500 7th Street, Louisville, KY

Food Assistance

Cathedral of the Assumption: 582-2971

443 S. 5th Street, Open 1-1:30 p.m.

Dare to Care Food Bank: 966-3821

7219 Dixie Hwy., Louisville KY 40258

Food Stamps (Distributed through the Neighborhood Place): 588-4190

Fourth Avenue United Methodist Church: 585-2176

318 W. St. Catherine St., Open 12-1 p.m.

The Lord’s Kitchen: 634-1665

2732 S. 5th Street, Open 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Franciscan Shelter House: 589-0140

748 Preston Street, Open 10:30-12:30 p.m.

The Healing Place for Men: 584-6606

1020 W. Market Street, Open 11:30-12:45 p.m.

The Healing Place for Women: 568-6680

1607 W. Broadway, Open 11:30 – 12 p.m.

Jefferson Street Baptist Community

800 E. Liberty Street: 585-3787

733 E. Jefferson Street: 584-6543

Kentucky Harvest: 894-9999

St. Anthony’s Soup Kitchen: 584-9075

529 E. Liberty, Open 10:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

St. Augustine Church: 584-4602

1310 W Broadway, Open 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

St. Vincent de Paul Open Hand Kitchen: 584-2480

1026 S. Jackson Street, Open M-F 11:15 – 11:45 a.m., Sat/Sun 9-9:30 a.m.

Salvation Army: 625-1170

831 S. Brook Street, Open 5-6 p.m.

Senior Food Program (for individuals 60 years old and over): 895-3031

1616 Rowan St. Louisville, KY 40203

Sister Visitor Center: 776-0155

2235 W. Market St., Louisville, KY 40213

Southeast Christian Church, Helping Through Him: 253-8000

920 Blankenbaker Parkway, Louisville, KY 40243

Wayside Christian Mission: 584-3711

822 E. Market Street, Open 6:45 – 8:30 p.m.

 

Healthcare

Jefferson County Health Department: 574-6617

400 E. Gray St., Louisville, KY 40202

937-7277: 7219 Dixie Highway, Louisville, KY 40258

231-1459: 201 Outerloop, Louisville, KY 40228

245-1074: 200 Juneau Drive, Louisville, KY 40243

Hope Clinic: 585-5326

914 E. Broadway

Ten Broeck Hospital – KMI: 426-6380

8521 LaGrange Road, Louisville, KY 40242

896-0495: 1405 Browns Lane, Louisville, Kentucky 40207

University of Louisville Emergency Room: 562-3075

530 S. Jackson Street, Louisville, KY 40202

University Primary Care Clinic: 852-0011

University Family Medicine Center: 852-5203

530 S. Jackson Street, Louisville, KY 40202

The Healing Place (men): 584-6606

1020 W. Market Street, Louisville, KY

(Thursdays, 5:30-6:30)

The Healing Place (women): 568-6680

1607 W. Broadway, Louisville, KY

Park Duvalle Community Center: 774-4401

1817 S 4th Street

Phoenix Health Center: 568-6972

712 E. Muhammad Ali Blvd., Louisville, KY 40202

Planned Parenthood (women)

4211 Trio Avenue, Louisville, KY 40219: 966-5510

1025 S. 2nd Street, Louisville, KY 40203: 584-2473

Specialty Clinic (HIV and STD testing): 574-6699

850 Barret Avenue #301, Louisville, KY 40204

Veterans Administration Hospital: 895-3401

800 Zorn Avenue, Louisville, KY

 

Glade House: 574-5496

850 Barrett, Louisville, KY 40204

HIV/AIDS Legal Project at the Legal Aid Society: 584-1254

Health Trust (HIV/AIDS information and referral): 589-6461

850 Barrett Avenue, Louisville, KY

House of Ruth (HIV/AIDS Supportive Services): 587-5080

607 E. St. Catherine Street, Louisville, KY 40203

Jefferson Alcohol and Drug Abuse Center (JADAC): 583-3951

600 S. Preston Street, Louisville, KY 40202

Mental Health Inquest Disability Line: 595-4053 ext. 4841

Seven Counties: 589-1100

701 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd.

Housing

Half Way Houses:

Freedom House (pregnant women/ HIV): 634-0082

1432 South Shelby Street, Louisville, KY 40217

Maude Booth House (women and children- Recovery): 584-0904

1131 South First Street, Louisville, KY 40203

Third Step Program: 634-0656

1436 south Shelby Street, Louisville, KY 40217

A New Beginning for Women Cultivating a Rose: 634-4252

(Female ex-offenders) 1261 South Brook Street, Louisville, KY 40203

Talbot House (recovery): 587-0669

520 West St. Catherine Street, Louisville, KY 40203

Wellspring House (mental illness): 637-4361

1382 S. 3rd Street, Louisville, KY 40203

St Vincent DePaul Society (Women’s Recovery): 584-2480 ex. 230

1015 South Preston, Louisville, KY 40203

Tranquil House (mental illness): 584-2480 ext. 230

1035 S. Preston Street, Louisville, KY 40203

St. Jude Women’s Recovery Center: 589-6024

431 E. St. Catherine Center, Louisville, KY 40203

 

Overnight Shelters:

Center for Women and Families (women and children): 581-7569

The Healing Place for Men: 584-6606

1020 W. Market, Louisville, KY

The Healing Place for Women: 568-6680

1607 W. Broadway, Louisville, KY

Haven House (men and women): (812)285-1197

1727 Green Street, Louisville, KY 47131

Liberty House (ages 18-21): 584-4673

Salvation Army (men and women): 625-1170

831 S Brook Street, Louisville, KY

Volunteers of America (families): 636-0816

1321 S. Preston Street

Wayside Christian Mission (men, women, families): 584-3711

812 E. Market Street

YMCA Shelter House(teens): 635-5233

1410 S. 1st Street

St. Vincent de Paul/ Ozanam Inn (men): 584-2480

1034 S. Jackson Street

 

Day Shelters :

Jefferson Street Baptist Community: 585-3787

800 E. Liberty Street

Jefferson Street Baptist Center: 584-6543

733 Jefferson Street

St. John Center: 568-6758

700 E. Muhammad Ali Blvd, Louisville, KY 40202

Identification

Birth Certificates: 574–6596

Application at 400 E. Gray Street, Louisville, KY 40202

Mail to: Kentucky Bureau of Vital Statistics, 275 East Main Street 1E-A, Frankfort, KY 40621

*There is a $10 fee for this service.

Social Security Administration General Information: 1-800-772-1213

Social Security Cards (Copy of birth certificate or baptismal record required): 582-6690

601 W. Broadway, Louisville, KY (Downtown):  582-6690

3133 W Broadway, Louisville, KY (West): 775-5709

10434 Shelbyville, Louisville, KY (East): 244-059

Driver’s Licenses (multiple forms of ID required): 595-4405

Jefferson County Clerk’s Office: 574-5700

527 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, KY 40202

 

Immigration Services

Catholic Charities of Louisville, Inc.: 637-9786

2911 South Fourth Street, Louisville, KY 40208

  

Legal Help

City of Louisville Police Department: 574-7111

Jefferson County Police Department: 574-2121

Archives and Records: 595-3042, 595-2391

Child Support: 574-8300

Commonwealth’s Attorney: 595-2300 / 2340

514 W. Liberty St. Louisville, KY 40202

Jefferson County Attorney’s Office: 574-6336 / 574-6360

531 Court Place, Suite 1001, Louisville, KY 40202

Jefferson Public Defenders Office: 574-3800

Kentucky ACLU: 581-1181

425 W. Muhammad Ali, Louisville, KY 40202

Legal Aid Society: 584-1254

Louisville Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service: 583-1801

  

Neighborhood Places (for financial, medical, and referral assistance)

First Neighborhood Place (Thomas Jefferson Middle School): 962-3160

4401 Rangeland Road, Louisville, KY 40219

810 Barret Neighborhood Place: 574-6638

810 Barret Avenue, Louisville, KY 40204

South Jefferson Neighborhood Place (Fairdale): 363-1424

1000 Neighborhood Place, Fairdale, KY 40118

South Jefferson Neighborhood Place (Valley High): 995-3000

10200 Dixie Highway, Louisville 40272

Northwest Neighborhood Place (Shawnee High): 772-4540

4018 West Market Street, Louisville 40212

Ujima Neighborhood Place (DuValle Education Center): 485-6710

3500 Bohne Avenue, Louisville, KY 40211

Cane Run Neighborhood Place: .485-6810

3410 Lees Lane, Louisville, KY 40216

Bridges of Hope Neighborhood Place: 634-6050

1411 Algonquin Parkway, Louisville, KY 40210

South Central Neighborhood Place: 485-7130

425 Hazelwood Ave, Louisville , KY 40215

Transportation

Transit Authority of the River City (TARC): 585-1234

Family & Children First, Traveler’s Aid: 540-2612

410 W. Chestnut Street

Treatment Programs

Seven Counties Services, Domestic Violence Offender Treatment Program: 589-1100

701 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd.

Jefferson Alcohol and Drug Abuse Center: 581-9234

600 S. Preston Street, Louisville, KY 40202

Sexual Offender Treatment Programs: 933-1719 ext. 235

Substance Abuse Program (SAP) (Probation and Parole clients): 933-1719 ext. 232

Alcoholics Anonymous: 582-1849

305 W. Broadway (Main Office)

Narcotics Anonymous: (812)948-5772

Gambler’s Anonymous: 561-5665

 

 Veteran’s Services

Interlink Counseling (requires referrals by VA): 964-7147

831-B Preston, Louisville, KY 40219

Office of Veterans Affairs: 582-5849

St. John’s Center HCMI Veterans Program: 568-1981

Services for mentally ill or chemically dependent Veterans

700 E. Muhammad Ali Blvd., Louisville, KY 40202

Open Monday and Tuesday

VA Hospital, Homeless Outreach: 581-1171

800 Zorn Avenue, Louisville, KY 40206

Veterans Center (Outreach): 634-1916

1347 S. 3rd Street, Louisville, KY

Vetplace (assessment and referral): 589-9298

753 S. Shelby Street, Louisville, KY

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Day 11 Chapter 2 Prentice Hall – Personality Chapter 02, Building Health Skills

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Prentice Hall – Personality Chapter 02 Building Health Skills

Chapter Video

Prentice Hall Chapter Video

Intro to the Myers-Briggs Personality Test

Myer Briggs Test

Myer Briggs Results

Party Survival Guide for Introverts

What if You’re the Opposite of Your Friend?

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Day 8 Chapter 1 Personal Health Taking Responsibility For Your Health Chapter 1, section 3

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Learning Targets - Chapter 1 section 3

NOTHING FUNNY

WHAT?! You Want To QUIT?! (TGIM S9 E9)

T.G.I.M. THIS IS WHY I GRIND

You’ve heard it before. Success does not go on discount! Here’s another strategy to keep working even though you feel like you are at your end….

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Prentice Hall – Taking Responsibility For Your Health Chapter 1, section 3

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