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ALProHealth Guidebook

The ALProHealth guidebook’s purpose is to assist you and your community coalitions in your efforts to plan for and implement policy, system, and environmental interventions that promote increased access to healthy foods and active transportation to everyday destinations.

In this book you will be guided through a straightforward three-step process of identifying community goals, picking activities that will help you accomplish these goals, and outlining a work plan with timelines and coalition assignments to get it done. Everything presented can be realistically implemented by communities of any size, but that does not mean this process is an easy one.

This guidebook was designed by the ALProHealth Project Management Team at Auburn University, with support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity (CDC DNPAO), and the Active People Healthy Nation Program.

 

Download a PDF of the ALProHealth Guidebook, FCS-2378.

 

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, contact Extension Communications and Marketing at 334-844-5696 or extcomm@aces.edu.


Jeffrey LaMondia, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Auburn University; Mitch Carter, Extension Built Environment Specialist, Auburn University; Ruth W. Brock, Extension Specialist, Auburn University; and Barb Struempler, Extension Associate Dean, Assistant Director Human Sciences Programs, Nutrition Professor, Auburn University

Reviewed December 2021, ALProHealth Guidebook, FCS-2378

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