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Water Dispensers in Massachusetts Schools
This brief summarizes a CHOICES Learning Collaborative Partnership model examining a strategy to improve access to drinking water in schools in Massachusetts.Read the brief
CHOICES National Action Kit 2.0
Explore & compare effective policies and programs to improve nutrition and/or physical activity environments, reduce excess weight gain, & promote related health behaviors.Visit the Kit
Map of State & Local Efforts
Check out the CHOICES Map to see where we’ve been working throughout the United States.Explore the map
The CHOICES Project offers a variety of resources and tools to support planning and prioritization of evidence-based, cost-effective policies and programs to help kids move more and eat healthy, such as research briefs and reports, stories from the field, peer-reviewed publications, and more!
Engaging Community Partners in Health Improvement Planning Thursday, February 22, 1:00pm – 1:50pm ET This coffee chat will explore resources and tools available through the Mobilizing for ...
New Study Evaluates the Cost-effectiveness of Improved WIC Food Package for Preventing Childhood Obesity
A new CHOICES study that determines the cost-effectiveness of changes to WIC’s nutrition standards in 2009 for preventing obesity and to estimate impacts on socioeconomic and racial/ethnic inequ...
The CHOICES Community of Practice includes individuals whose work focuses on advancing obesity prevention, healthy eating, and active living in the United States. Joining will provide you with opportunities to help you build upon the work you’re already doing to promote healthy weight, meet and connect with other members, and more!