Change that Lasts: Creating Healthy Communities

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Change that Lasts: Creating Healthy Communities

Learn how to become a 'Champion of Change' in the places where you live, learn, play, work and worship

What: Does your workplace offer a Zumba class? Is smoking prohibited on your church's property? Does your daughter's school cafeteria offer healthy choices? Each of these actions encourages healthy living and feeling good.

We can all help each other when it comes to choosing healthy behaviors. This training provides you with tools you can use to initiate change where you live, learn, play, work and worship. We'll look at how healthy change begins by working "upstream" through environmental, policy, or system change. By choosing to use these tools, we can address the major health problems facing our community, including obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer.

When: Thursday, January 24, 2013 from 9 am to 4 pm

Where: Portsmouth Health Department
1701 High Street
Portsmouth, VA 23704

Who Should Attend: People who work in youth serving organizations or schools; in healthcare or public health organizations; in neighborhood organizations; who volunteer with PTA or Scouts; who are active in their faith community. People like you!

Sponsor: The Consortium for Infant and Child Health (CINCH) at Eastern Virginia Medical School.


For more information, contact: CINCH@evms.edu or Liz Marshall, projects coordinator, at (757) 668-6456

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