Welcome to Warren County HHS

Purdue Extension Health and Human Sciences provides education to people of all ages in Indiana’s 92 counties. The community is our classroom – where we bring university information to the local level and help people strengthen families, spend smart, eat right, and live well.

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Your doctor may have used the term “prediabetes” in an office visit, or you may have heard a friend or family member use the term.  In simple terms, having prediabetes means your blood sugar levels are higher than normal but the levels are not high enough for you to be diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  About one in three people has prediabetes. Additionally, about 84% of people with prediabetes do not know they have prediabetes. 

Could you have prediabetes?  In general, people who are overweight, 45 or older, have a family member (parent, sibling) with Type 2 diabetes and/or are physically inactive face a greater risk.  Women who have had gestational diabetes (diabetes during pregnancy) also are at a greater risk.

So what can you do?  Click here

 Dining with Diabetes (Virtual)


Clutter can have a negative impact on our quality of life and our health. There are emotional barriers that often prevent us from letting go of our things. Learn the negative effects of clutter, common organization barriers, strategies to take action, and how to choose less to improve your well-being.

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The Art of Healthy Living

12 weeks to help you develop strategies for taking care of you


Call office to receive information, 765-762-3231.

Purdue Extension Warren County, 408 State Rd. 28 E, Williamsport Indiana.

Co-Parenting for Successful Kids is a research-based and evidence-based education class designed to help families cope with divorce and custody.  The goal of the class is to help parents develop plans for respectful, responsive and responsible co-parenting.  The program is designed for separating, divorcing or non-married parents.  Purdue Extension offers Co-Parenting for Successful Kids in two formats: on-site classes and online.  The programs includes: educational presentations, video instruction, activities, and handouts.

In-Person:  Trained Purdue Extension Educators present on-site classes at locations throughout the state in multiple counties (see list below). The educational program is four hours.  Parents gain positive educational experiences by being in a classroom with others in similar situations.

Course Topics:

  • How children are affected by divorce and stages of grief
  • Developmental ages and stages
  • What affects a child’s adjustment
  • Communicating effectively
  • Keeping children out of the middle of conflict
  • Parenting styles
  • Why children misbehave and discipline
  • The parenting plan
  • Managing stress