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Active Living Resource Center
Active Living by Design
Active for Life: Increasing Physical Activity Levels in Adults Age 50 and Older®
Communities Creating Healthy Environments: Improving Access to Healthy Foods and Safe Places to Play in Communities of Color
Healthy Eating Research: Building Evidence to Prevent Childhood Obesity
Healthy Eating by Design
Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities: Supporting Community Action to Prevent Childhood Obesity
Leadership for Healthy Communities: Advancing Policies to Support Healthy Eating and Active Living
Salud America! The RWJF Research Network to Prevent Obesity Among Latino ChildrenRWJF National Programs for Childhood Obesity
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PolicyLink: Program Director
Safe neighborhoods, communities and buildings support physical activity as part of everyday life.
Fresh, local, and healthy food is available and affordable in all communities and neighborhoods.
Healthy foods and beverages are promoted in grocery and other food stores, restaurants, and entertainment venues.
Schools offer and promote only healthy food and beverages to students.
Schools promote healthy physical activities and incorporate them throughout the day, including before and after school.
Workplaces and employers offer and promote access to healthy foods and beverages and opportunities for physical activity.
Health care organizations and providers promote healthy eating and active living in their own institutional policies and in their clinical practices.
Organizations, institutions, and individuals that influence the information and entertainment environments share responsibility for and act responsibly to promote healthy eating and active living.
Childcare organizations, including preschool, after-school and early childhood settings, offer and promote only healthy foods and beverages to children and provide sufficient opportunities for, and promote, physical activity.
Promote equity and social justice
Respect, recognize, and build upon the assets and capacity of communities
Value learning from new evidence
Have the wisdom to change course as dictated by experience
Build support for environmental and policy changes that promote healthy eating and active living.
Promote and support coordination and connections within the healthy eating and active living field
Optimize and increase investments in order to enhance the intensity, reach, and the number of community-based initiatives focused on environmental and policy change to enhance healthy eating and active living.
Foster market-based change so that healthy food and opportunities for daily activity are available to all, affordable, safe, convenient and attractively presented and marketed.
Promote cross sector policy, advocacy, networking, and mobilization
Move the evidence base forward
Employ the best in strategic communication
Leverage resources– within, across, and beyond
MOUs between partners
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