Maintain No Gain is a community and worksite wellness program to improve the health of Texans during the holiday season.


Erica Reyes
Healthy South Texas Specialist
Fax: N/A
Address: 2401 E. Business 83 | Weslaco, TX 78596

8 AM -5 PM

Resources for this program are provided by county agents directly. The link to this program requires login credentials. If you are interested in this series, please contact your county agent.

This is a 6-week program that will serve as a guide to control holiday weight gain and encourage a healthy lifestyle that will help persons decrease their risk factors for cardiovascular disease and stroke. GOAL: To improve the health of Texans during the holiday season through education, awareness, and adoption of proper health and wellness practices.

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