Thursday, February 25, 2021
Toolkit aims to help rural communities plan, create and fund early childhood health promotion programs
launched a toolkit to help rural communities learn how to plan, create and fund early-childhood health promotions.The toolkit has seven detailed modules that break down how to create, develop and implement a program, evaluate its effectiveness, plan for long-term sustainability, and best practices.
The toolkit is designed to supplement and expand on other rural community health toolkits dealing with food access, health promotion and disease prevention, obesity prevention, oral health, services integration, social determinants of health, telehealth, tobacco control and prevention, and rural transportation.
From the website: "For more information about rural community health programs, including how to develop and implement a program, please visit the Rural Community Health Toolkit. Visit the Rural Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Toolkit for information about implementing a health promotion program for people of all ages."