This case study aims to shed light on the potential value of regional work by looking closely at the specific form and structure that the Central California Regional Obesity Prevention Program's (CCROPP) regional work has taken.
It highlights CCROPP’s effectiveness as a regional model in supporting the advancement of key policy and environmental change goals, as well as the implications for a variety of audiences, including policy-makers, potential funders of regionally-based obesity prevention work, community organizers, and rural communities who share common issues with California’s San Joaquin Valley.
- 1. The Value of Leadership Development
- 2. The Value of Regional-Level Work
- 3. Jammin' Minute
- 4. Naperville High School
- 5. Opportunity Link's North Central Montana Transit Initiative
- 6. Safe Routes to School at Maybury Elementary School in Detroit
- 7. Youth Advocacy
- 8. Advocacy to Reverse Childhood Obesity
- 9. Resource List for Childhood Obesity Advocacy
- 10. Advocacy Resource Guide
- 11. Keeping Kids Moving
- 12. Keeping Kids Moving: How Equitable Transportation Policy Can Prevent Childhood Obesity - What It Is
- 13. Making Schools the Model for Healthier Environments Toolkit
- 14. Making Schools the Model for Healthier Environments Toolkit
- 15. Making Schools the Model for Healthier Environments Toolkit: General School Nutrition Resources
- 16. Making the Grade
- 17. Making the Grade: Reversing Childhood Obesity in School Districts Toolkit - What Is It?
- 18. Making the Grade