From weight management to wellness, we’ve got your back.

Eating right and attaining a healthy weight isn’t always easy. It takes a great deal of knowledge, discipline, and effort. But you don’t have to take it on by yourself. We can provide the support you need to succeed on your journey to a healthier you. Find out more in our Tidbits newsletter.

Hancock HNT

Hancock Wellness is excited to announce that we have added another weight management option that may be right for you!  Hancock HNT is a comprehensive weight loss program that combines weekly healthy living classes with a highly structured meal plan to deliver results.  With the help of supportive health professionals, you’ll lose weight safely and learn to manage a healthy weight for life. The average weight loss is 40 lbs. in the first 20 weeks.

It starts with a 20-week weight loss phase called Foundation.  We offer on-going Practice classes to help support you as you adjust to maintaining your new lower weight.  To learn more about the Hancock HNT program, and to get started you may call (317) 606-4774 or email Amanda at awilson@hntindiana.com.

Journey to Wellness

The 10-week program offers one-on-one coaching to help you succeed in your journey to wellness. A registered dietitian, certified wellcoach, and an exercise specialist will guide you through 15 training sessions that at 30-60 minutes each. Former participants have experienced significant weight loss and reduced waistlines, and the knowledge to keep the weight off. The program costs $495 for members and $645 for nonmembers (payment plans are available). With 15 sessions, that’s just $33 per session ($43 for nonmembers). To learn more or enroll, call Program & Operations Manager Yvette Dixon, at (317) 468-6106 today or by email at ydixon@hancockregional.org.

Good Health Support Group – Diabetes & Weight Management

The purpose of this support group is to encourage one another in reaching your health goals through nutrition. Here you can safely share your food and nutrition struggles and challenges—this is your safe zone! This group will be facilitated by our Registered Dietitians. Support groups are an opportunity to build relationships with other individuals that are experiencing the same trials. The group meets from 6 to 7 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday or from Noon to 1 p.m. of the fourth Wednesday of the month in McCordsville, and from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the second Monday of the month in Greenfield. For more information, contact Registered Dietitian Michelle Graves at (317) 468-6115, or email her at mgraves@hancockregional.org.

Nutrition Consultations

Learn how to make healthy food choices by meeting with our Registered Dietitian.  Our individualized, hour-long consultations are designed to help you achieve your nutrition goals related to general nutrition, weight management, and sports performance.  A nutrition consult can help you establish good eating habits for you and your family, achieve weight loss and weight management, improve sports performance and reduce your risk for disease.  Individual sessions are $70.  A package of 3 sessions can be purchased for $195 and a package of 5 sessions for $299.  To set up an appointment, contact Michelle Graves at 317-468-6115 or mgraves@hancockregional.org.

Nutrition Workshops

Join our dietitian and occasional guest speaker at our monthly educational workshops.  These nutrition workshops are focused on a variety of topics (i.e., sugar vs. artificial sweeteners, gardening & canning, meal preparation).   Workshops are held at both locations and are free to attend for both members and non-members.  Contact Michelle Graves at 317-468-6115 or mgraves@hancockregional.org for more info.

Physician Referral Group Nutrition Sessions

Participants enrolled in the Physician Referral program may attend group nutrition sessions during their 60-day program.  The sessions are held bi-weekly, covering four different topics over the two month period.  Topics include weight control/meal planning, diabetes, hypertension/heart health and nutrition for anxiety and depression.  For more information, please contact Michelle Graves at 317-468-6115 or mgraves@hancockregional.org.