Suburban Cook County, Illinois

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Suburban Cook County, Illinois

Website: http://www.cookcountypublichealth.org
Location: Illinois
Members: 3
Latest Activity: Dec 21, 2011

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The Cook County initiative includes two principal components: informing state and local decision makers about evidence- and practice-based pricing and access strategies to improve nutrition and physical activity outcomes, and facilitating and empowering local-level change by providing financial and technical resources to local governments, community-based organizations, and other institutions participating in a proposed Model Communities and Model Schools program.

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