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    Roadmap to Improving Food and Physical
    Activity Environments - 2nd Edition

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    Roadmap to improving food and physical activity environments
    Tips and Tools for Community Change
    Second Edition

    Welcome to the second edition of the Roadmap to Improving Food and Physical Activity Environments, originally published in 2008. This guide includes examples, tips and lessons from the Healthy Eating, Active Communities (HEAC) program. It also includes success stories from HEAC, the Central California Regional Obesity Prevention Program (CCROPP) and from other California communities. The content has been updated, new resources have been added, and this version is available in both English and Spanish.

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    The Roadmap was developed as part of the Healthy Eating Active Communities program, funded by

    The California Endowment with support from Kaiser Permanente, Community Benefit Program.

    © 2011 The California Endowment

     

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    CAMINO HACIA EL MEJORAMIENTO DE LOS

    AMBIENTES DEDICADOS A LA ALIMENTACIÓN

    Y LA ACTIVIDAD FÍSICA:

    CONSEJOS Y HERRAMIENTAS PARA CAMBIOS COMUNITARIOS

    SEGUNDA EDICIÓN

    Bienvenido(a) a la segunda edición del Camino Hacia el Mejoramiento de los Ambientes Dedicados a la Alimentación y la Actividad Física que fue publicado originalmente en el año 2008. Esta guía incluye ejemplos, consejos, y lecciones del Programa de Alimentación Saludable, Comunidades Activas (Healthy Eating, Active Communities, HEAC). También tiene historias breves de éxito del Programa de Prevención de la Obesidad en la Región Central de (CCROPP) y de otras comunidades de California. Se ha actualizado el contenido, se han agregado nuevos recursos, y esta versión está disponible en Inglés y en Español.

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    El Camino se desarrolló como parte del programa de Alimentación Saludable, Comunidades Activas, y fue

    financiado por el California Endowment con apoyo del Programa de Beneficio Comunitario de Kaiser Permanente.

    © 2011 The California Endowment

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    How Communities Move Policy –
    Linking Locally, Regionally, Statewide, and
    Nationally to Create Change

    California has evolved a rich array of local, regional, state and federal advocates working on all aspects of improving food and physical activity environments so that people in California communities and throughout the US can be healthier. By linking to others through a network, communities stay abreast of the broader movement, and join others to create a California and a nation where all people can live safe, healthy and productive lives.

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    Working with Other Movements
    to Achieve Community Health Goals:
    Climate Change, Health in All Policies, and More

    In California, two policy-oriented movements offer tremendous opportunities for communities working to build community health and health equity by improving food and physical activity environments. Both movements bring together practitioners and advocates

    from many different arenas, building a diverse and potentially powerful constituency that could reinforce the voice of community health advocates.

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    DOWNLOAD THE ORIGINAL ROADMAP TOOLKIT

    Roadmap to Improving Food and Physical Activity Environments
    Tips and Tools from the Healthy Eating Active Communities (HEAC) Program

     

     

     

    ROADMAP ORIGINAL (Healthy Eating Active Communities / HEAC) EDITION TOOLKIT
    2011

    Roadmap Community Training Workshop

     

    Dynamic workshop with experienced community leaders

    • Trains community leaders for action to create healthier environments
    • Access to great tools, resources and networks to support community change
    • Offers real-life examples and problem-solving
    • Teaches strategies to talk about reasons to change the environment to improve community-wide health
    • Examines robust framework and steps for change

    More Information on Roadmap Training

    For more information, or to arrange a Roadmap Training session at your location, please contact:

    Maria Casey
    mcasey@Partnershipph.org
    (510) 302-3319

    DOWNLOAD flyer: Roadmap Training Flyer.pdf

    "Great session with a good blend of case studies, lecture and interaction. The ideas generated were very helpful to me.”
    --San Diego Food Bank (HEAL)

    “Enjoyed the candor and honesty, and walked away with good ideas.”
    --Community volunteer (Olivewood)

    “Resource sharing, case studies, interactive, multi-ethnic, real work.”
    --CPPW Project Leader

    Learn more about Roadmap Training workshops