Get everyday support for your health at the Humana Neighborhood Center

We’re here to help reinforce healthy habits you can bring into your everyday life. Make your health a priority by learning and connecting with others at the Humana Neighborhood Center—a community that is open to everyone.

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What We Do:

Support, from head to toe

Our senior-focused health education programs help you learn more about managing chronic health conditions, such as diabetes and COPD.

Combining health and lifestyle

Exercise and healthy eating classes address physical health, while connecting with others may improve social and emotional health.

Sticking to a plan

When you enjoy learning about your health, it sticks. That’s why we provide health guidance in a fun, comfortable setting.

Confidence and support

Get help with questions that are troubling you, from technology to Humana plan benefits.

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Meet our Health Educators

Not only does our Health Educator team lead the programs you participate in, but they’re also available for you to meet with them 1 on 1! You can get the help you need by talking to one of our highly qualified health educators who are here to help you achieve your goals—at no additional cost.

Here are just a few things health educators can help you with:

Educational assistance

Get informed about important screenings and beneficial classes.

Technology

Get more comfortable with your electronic devices and using the internet, and learn how to access online health resources.

Connecting to community resources

Find local places that can assist with food, housing or transportation.

Find a Health Educator near you:

LuAnn Klein

CHES

Mesa 480-325-4707

Deisi Gonzalez

MS, MBA

South Florida 754-236-8218

Kayla Heller

Clearwater, Port Richey, & Zephyrhills 813-780-7300

Sheema Afzal

MPH, CHES

Daytona Beach & Orange City 407-932-5340

Skylar Griessel

Tampa & Zephyrhills 813-780-7300

Tracey Matuszko

West Palm Beach 561-359-6100

Eneida Alcala

Altamonte Springs & Kissimmee 407-932-5340

John Benz

Evergreen Park & Peoria 708-930-1290

Abbie Ewing

CHES

Louisville 502-479-6580

Candice Smith Carr

Baton Rouge & Metairie 225-442-6100

Ada Yuen

Summerlin & North Las Vegas 702-380-6170

Ryan Huber

Henderson & Pahrump 702-269-5200

Morgan Arensman

Charlotte 980-262-6555

Jill Davis

Greensboro 335-547-2701

Yaritza Casanova

Manatí 787-993-8250

Salae Jenkins

Knoxville 865-329-8892

Anissa Castillo

MPH, MCHES

San Antonio 512-808-2821

Maggie Scheerer

RN, BSN, CDCES

Corpus Christi 361-792-7950

Don’t see a Health Educator near you? Email us at: HumanaNeighborhoodCenter@humana.com

Contributors

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Chef Nino

Chef Nino

Chef Nino is a South Louisiana native who lived in Italy for 13 years. His passion and love for Italy, with its unique culture and people, comes through in the recipes he cooks. Chef Nino’s wit and humor brings fun into the cooking demonstrations he shares with us!

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Katherine Sarac

Katherine Sarac

Born and raised in Wisconsin, Katherine currently lives on a farm with her family. She loves to create art in all forms. She loves teaching others how to create their own art as well. She loves painting, sculpting, making jewelry and using her creativity anyway she can to make something beautiful.