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Working in the Community

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Community-wide strategies can support youth involved in bullying.

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Community

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Community resources to help take action against bullying.

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Conversations in Your Community

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You can get involved and build awareness of mental health problems. Get the tools and resources you need to start the conversation.

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Preventing Chronic Disease | Community Size as a Factor in Health Partnerships in Community Parks and Recreation, 2007 - CDC

health  disease  chronic  community  CDC  factor  partnerships  parks  recreation  Preventing Chronic Disease  PCD 

Although partnerships between park and recreation agencies and health agencies are prevalent, little research has examined partnership characteristics and effectiveness among communities of different sizes. The objective of this study was to determine whether park and recreation leaders’ perceptions of partnership characteristics, effectiveness, and outcomes vary by community size.

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Preventing Chronic Disease | Partnering With Community Institutions to Increase Access to Healthful Foods Across Municipalities - CDC

policy  foods  disease  chronic  community  CDC  partnering  institutions  healthful  municipalities  obesity  access  intervention  retail  Preventing Chronic Disease  PCD  Food Desert  corner store  healthy food 

Low-income and minority communities have higher rates of nutrition-related chronic diseases than do high-income and nonminority communities and often have reduced availability to healthful foods.

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Community Changes Address Common Health Threat | CDC Features

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Must be 35 words or less]: Children’s exposure to secondhand smoke increases lung and ear infections, asthma attacks, and can cause sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).Communities are working to reduce secondhand smoke exposure in multiunit housing complexes, schools, and other public places.

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Guide to Community Prevention Services - Tobacco Use - Smoking & Tobacco Use

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This guide addresses the effectiveness of community-based interventions for three strategies to promote tobacco use prevention and control.

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Chronic Disease - Programs

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NCCDPHP supports a variety of activities that improve the nation's health by preventing chronic diseases and their risk factors. Major program areas are listed.

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Preventing Chronic Disease | Characteristics of Successful Community Partnerships to Promote Physical Activity Among Young People, North Carolina, 2010"2012 - CDC

public health  disease  chronic  community  CDC  partnerships  characteristics  health promotion  Preventing Chronic Disease  PCD  community-based participatory research  capacity building  physical fitness 

Success of community-based projects has been thought to hinge on the strength of partnerships between those involved in design and implementation. However, characteristics of successful partnerships have not been fully described, particularly in the context of community-based physical activity promotion.

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Announcements: Recommendation Regarding Improving MentalHealth and Addressing Mental Illness from the Community PreventiveServices Task Force

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Persons using assistive technology might not be able to fully access information in this file. For assistance, please send e-mail to: mmwrq@cdc.gov.

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Preventing Chronic Disease | The Tennessee Department of Health WORKshops on Use of Secondary Data for Community Health Assessment, 2012 - CDC

health  disease  chronic  assessment  community  tennessee  CDC  data  department  workshops  performance improvement  Preventing Chronic Disease  PCD  Community health assessment  assessment of healthcare needs  health information management 

Community health assessment is a core function of public health departments, a standard for accreditation of public health departments, and a core competency for public health professionals. The Tennessee Department of Health developed a statewide initiative to improve the processes for engaging county health departments in assessing their community’s health status through the collection and analysis of secondary data. One aim of the Tennessee Department of Health was to position county public health departments as trusted leaders in providing population data and engaging community stakeholders in assessments.

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American Indians, Alaska Natives, and the Flu | CDC Features

flu  prevention  features  vaccination  family  community  alaska  protect  CDC  influenza  fall  healthy  american  indians  natives  complications  protection  CDC Features  flu vaccine  flu shot 

Vaccination against flu is especially important for American Indians and Alaska Natives, who have been found to be at higher risk for complications from the flu. Protect yourself and your community by getting a flu vaccine.

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The Community Health Worker's Sourcebook: a Training Manual for Preventing Heart Disease and Stroke|State Resources|DHDSP|CDC

health  training  heart  disease  community  worker  sourcebook  manual  strokestate  resourcesdhdspcdc 

In the United States, community health workers (CHWs) help us meet our national Healthy People goals by conducting community-level activities and interventions that promote health and prevent diseases and disability. CHWs are trusted, respected members of the community who serve as a bridge between their community members and professionals in the field of health and human services. They provide an important service by establishing and improving relationships between these professionals and members of the community.

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Healthy Community Design | CDC Features

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The design of your community can help make everyone happier and healthier. Learn more.

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