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Michigan Model for Health

Michigan Model for Health™ Pre K-12

The Michigan Model for Health™ (MMH) is a nationally recognized Pre-K through 12th grade effective and evidence-based Tier 1 health education curriculum that addresses the major youth health risk behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death, disability, and social problems among youth in the United States.

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Six comprehensive health topics are included in the Michigan Model for Health™ curriculum with age-appropriate content and lessons emphasizing active student participation, especially in developing and practicing skills and role-playing strategies for using those skills.

  • Social & Emotional Health
  • Nutrition & Physical Activity
  • Safety
  • Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drugs (including opioid prevention and vaping)
  • Personal Health & Wellness
  • HIV/AIDS & Other STIs

  • The Michigan Model for Health™ K-12 curriculum is available in a web-based digital format and provides teachers and educators with:

  • Fully scripted and user-friendly lesson plans
  • Streaming videos, Google student worksheets and assessments, and more!
  • Lesson objective alignment with National and/or Michigan Health Education Standards and CASEL
  •      Social Emotional Learning Competencies

    For more information, visit the official Michigan Model for Health™ program website at