Programs & Workshops




Kickstart your Health - The Power of Food for Healthy Weight Management: This is a 5 week nutrition class where you will learn about healthy eating to obtain and maintain a healthy weight.

Adult LEAF (Lifestyle Education And Food) Program: This 8 week class can help you survive and thrive. You will learn to eat healthy, exercise moderately and practice stress management techniques. LEAF can teach you how to reverse heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, gout, and high cholesterol.


Youth LEAF (Lifestyle Education And Food) Program: This program is for ages 8-12. Fun activities to teach good nutrition, exercise, and stress management.


The Power of Food for Cancer Prevention and Survival Class: This is a 4 week nutrition class where you will learn about healthy eating specifically for cancer prevention.


The Power of Food for Diabetes Prevention and Treatment: This is a 4 week nutrition class where you will learn about healthy eating specifically for diabetes prevention and treatment.


OLLI logo 2016.jpg   The Maple Center Program Schedule


Therapeutic Yoga program is meant for stretching • strengthening • relaxation

Please check our home page for current class dates


 Coleman Cancer Center Foundation


 Breastfeeding Coalition of the Wabash Valley 

        Breastfeeding Resources Guide 

        Breastfeeding Works Recognition Award Information

        Indiana Breastfeeding Laws

                          PAST EVENTS

                  Join us for the Maple Center’s 2016 Spring Workshop

                               Healing Practices for Self-Care

This half-day workshop will focus on  hands-on experiences in creative ways to center   yourself, relieve stress and make ourselves ready to embrace each day.

                         Saturday, April 16, 2021 from 9:00am– 2:00pm

Cost: $10 per person  (Sliding Scale Scholarships available),lunch is included Registration is required by Friday, April 8, 2016 



May 2015: "Whip It Up Wednesday's" Workshop Information


Van loved the outdoors, hiking, biking, and especially kayaking. By his mid 40’s Van was struggling with severe chronic pain resulting from nerve damage. By age 49, the physical pain rendered Van incapable of continuing his profession as a Sales Rep. He struggled daily not only from the physical pain but also the psychological and emotional toll it took on himself and his family.

Van’s kayak hung for years in the garage with Van dreaming of returning to the water. On summer day, he announced he wanted his kayak down, he thought he could go kayaking. With reservation, I got it down and placed it on the lawn for his inspection. 

“How can you go kayaking when you can’t even sit in your choir without severe pain?” I asked. Van replied “I think I can do it.”

I watched him carefully guide his body inside the kayak. Van then looked up with a beaming smile, gave a thumbs up and said “Yea!”

There were two occasions when Van returned to the water. This picture depicts that spirit of perseverance. Keep fighting through the pain…. Dreams don’t die unless you let them.

To contact us:
1801 North 6th Street
Suite 600
Terre Haute, IN 47804
Clinical Office: 812-235-4867
Nonprofit Office: 812-234-8733
Fax: 812-232-8059