The Chronic Disease Team of the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) released its new action guide to help build capacity for local implementation of Comprehensive Cancer Control coalitions. Based on the results of NACCHO's 2011-2012 CancerControl in Local Health Departments Assessment, the action guide contains lessons learned from local health officials who have successfully implemented local coalitions to reduce the cancer burden in their communities. The Action Guide can be downloaded here.
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|Creating Equal Opportunities for a Healthy Weight - A Workshop||6/6/2013||6/7/2013|
|2013 HMA Annual Meeting and Conference: Faith Communities: Building Collaborative Engagement Models for Health||6/10/2013||6/12/2013|
|Reshaping Suburbia into Healthy Communities - 50th IMCL Conference||6/23/2013||6/27/2013|
|2013 National Health Impact Assessment (HIA) Meeting||9/24/2013||9/25/2013|
In the May/June 2013 issue of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, the article "Multisector Coalitions Build Healthier Communities Through ACHIEVE Initiative" features new research on the success of NACCHO-funded ACHIEVE communities in addressing chronic disease.
Building Healthier Communities: Local Health Departments Implement the ACHIEVE Initiatives, is a compendium of success stories highlighting how NACCHO's ACHIEVE Communities have been able to positively impact their community through increased collaboration, increased and sustainable funding, and make their communities happier, healthier, and safer places to live. To download a PDF version of the compendium, click here.
|ACHIEVE presents a series of webinars to introduce resources and tools to community leaders building healthier places to live, learn, work, and play. View ACHIEVE webinar archive.