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  • Programs
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    Programs The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospital’s Office of Public Health, Health Promotion Team is mobilizing communities across the state, developing community resource linkages, and increasing the access to healthier environments. Through the Collective Impact Model, a common agenda has been set, shared measurements are in place, and supportive activities and communications are primed across the state. To learn more about our programs, click on the desired program below:...
  • Contact
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    Team Caroline Brazeel Health Promotion Director Colleen Arceneaux Policy and Practice Manager Chelsea Bennett Marketing and Creative Manager Alok Bhoi Epidemiologist Mechaune Butler Oral Health Program Manager Jerry Collins Business Operations Leader Marie Darr Quality Improvement Leader Whitney Fowler Community Outreach Leader Jamila Freightman Diabetes / Obesity Prevention Leader Norah Friar Epidemiologist Rebecca Guidroz Worksite Wellness Leader Kristen Hernandez Health Equity and Smoke-Free Housing Leader Kate Holmes School Health Leader Melissa R. Martin Community Outreach Manager Robin Rhodes Community Outreach Leader Alyana Samai Epidemiologist Eric Torres Business Operations Manager Renee Underwood Community Outreach Leader Contact About Our Mission Find WellSpots Living...
  • Health Equity
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    © 2015 Louisiana Department of Health & Hospitals Health Equity Title One Page Title Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Cras porta congue lacus sollicitudin placerat. Aliquam at eros congue eros lobortis imperdiet. Fusce aliquet dolor eu diam pretium, viverra pulvinar dolor feugiat. Etiam malesuada dictum purus, non sollicitudin nibh fermentumin. Quisque non libero sollicitudin, congue odio sit amet, eleifend quam. Aenean nunc nisi, viverra ac nunc auctor, sagittis rutrum tellus. Title Two Title Link One Title Link Two Title Link Three Title Link Four Title Link Five Additional Cessation Resources Link Title Goes Here Short description about link goes here. if available. Link Title Goes Here Short description about link goes here. if available. Link Title Goes Here Short description about link goes here. if available....
  • Early Childhood Health
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    Childhood Health Programs Nutrition and Physical Activity Self-Assessment for Child Care (NAP SACC) NAP SACC is a provider-based program implemented in childcare centers. The program promotes healthy weight development in preschool children by improving: the quality of food served the amount and quality of physical activity staff-child interactions facility nutrition and physical activity policies and practices related environmental characteristics If you are interested in participating in the NAP SACC program, email Leslie Lewis at leslie.lewis@la.gov . NAP SACC Resources NAP SACC in Louisiana (under the "Nutrition" dropdown) NAP SACC One Pager – attached in email Early Childhood Health Programs Child Care Center Benchmarks Child Care Center Resources School Health Additional Early Childhood Health Resources Screen Time and Physical Activity...
  • Heart Disease/Stroke
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    © 2015 Louisiana Department of Health & Hospitals Heart Disease/Stroke Prevention Efforts Our team's efforts, in partnership with the Center for Disease Control's Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention, work to improve cardiovascular health through public health strategies and policies that promote Healthy lifestyles and behaviors. Health environments and communities. Access to early and affordable detection and treatment. We need more information here on what health promotion specifically is doing about these issues. Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention The mission of Health Promotion's Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention (DHDSP) work is to provide public health leadership to improve cardiovascular health for all, reduce the burden of these health outcomes, and to eliminate disparities associated with heart disease and stroke. Title Link One Title Link Two Title...
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