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A mom and young son kick a soccer ball in the front yard of their house.A family rides bicycles on a community bike path.School children eat healthy lunches that include fruits and vegetables.
A mom and young son kick a soccer ball in the front yard of their house.

Family-based Interventions Help Increase Physical Activity in Children

The Task Force recommends interventions that actively engage families to increase physical activity in children. Read more >>

A family rides bicycles on a community bike path.

Combined Built Environment Features Help Communities Get Active

Creating or improving combined built environment features in communities promote physical activity. Read the full story.

School children eat healthy lunches that include fruits and vegetables.

Interventions to Support Healthier Foods and Beverages in Schools

The Community Preventive Services Task Force issued four separate findings for interventions to increase the availability of healthier meals, snacks, and beverages in schools. Read more >>

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The Community Guide in Action: Stories from the Field

Learn about people from across the country who have used The Community Guide to make communities safer and healthier.

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Listen to the Experts

Community Guide audio clips feature stories about the Community Guide in Action and shine a spotlight on public health leaders who use The Community Guide in their work.

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PHAB (Public Health Accreditation Board) Crosswalk

This tool helps health departments identify Community Guide interventions that could be used to document conformity with PHAB domains, standards, and measures.

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