CHIP provides online support for graduates

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Club CHIP online will help to keep graduates motivated.

A new web-based club will help those who have completed the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) to stay motivated and continue with their lifestyle changes long after the program has finished.

“A key part of every CHIP is maintaining the lifestyle changes,” said Dr Paul Rankin, CHIP in Churches program director.

The Club CHIP online group will help support individuals who have graduated from CHIP.

“Some churches have run successful Club CHIP events,” said Dr Rankin, “however not all churches can provide the ongoing support that is needed. The purpose of this program is to help those individuals in the best way we can, to continue to see amazing results.”

Club CHIP online means that individuals can experience that support and encouragement at home, with monthly “live” meetings on Sunday evenings, a monthly newsletter with new recipes, a private Facebook support page, a reduced price to repeat CHIP (online), reduced cost for family and friends who want to complete CHIP online and access to a range of other resources.

The cost is $A10 per month (payments taken monthly) for a period of 12 months.

CHIP graduates who want to access the online Club CHIP can do so by going to https://events.adventist.org.au/Registration/Event/1433 or by emailing info@chiphealth.org.au.