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0This page serves as a central hub of links to local (regional, county, or city level) health data sources for Oklahoma. Prioritize your work,...

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0Schools are a key environment for improving the health of students, staff, and parents alike. Useful links for those working to improve health in...

0Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) provides a one page summary outlining information on the healthcare workforce and health facilities in Oklahoma. This document...

0We are still getting played by Big Tobacco. This video brings to light the things that the corrective statements left out such as the...

0The County Health Rankings Dashboards, published each year by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), provide information about how health is influenced based on...

0Kick Butts Day occurs annually in March, and is a national day of activism that empowers youth and other advocates to stand out, speak up...

0The AARP Livable Communities Roadmap to Livability Toolkit is a beneficial tool for anyone working on active living and transportation. Some of the topics...

0While partnering can take patience, and outreach doesn’t always seem effective, you never know what will happen unless you try. Keep on reading to...

Feb 14, 2018Community Commons

0Community Commons is an interactive resource that allows users to generate maps and data reports on a variety of topics, including public health, food...

0One of the great things about OK In the Know is getting fresh ideas from stories of how Oklahomans are moving the needle forward...

0The Center for the Advancement of Wellness is excited to introduce the 2018 Wellness County Profiles. Note: These profiles reflect the most current data...

0The Guymon Wellness Group works together on creating a healthier community for Guymon, Oklahoma.

0Make this holiday season a happy, healthy one – and usher in a healthy new year for you and your community with these public...

0Looking to improve the health in your community? Regardless of what type of community you work in or whether you hold a formal role,...

0Schools are a key environment for creating health behavior change. Enhance your work in this area with the resources below addressing school wellness policies...

0One size doesn’t fit all when it comes to talking about and implementing health policies. General information about various topics is listed below as...

0The documents located below provide valuable resources for negotiating health policies with the business sector. Some examples include advocating for smoke-free public housing and...

0Looking for resources to improve health for people employed by cities and government agencies? Below, you will find resources about active transportation, tobacco-free local...

0For people working with community institutions and organizations, this page contains great resources about creating wellness policies in child care facilities and out-of-school time...

0Congratulations to the City of Seminole! Joint efforts between the Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) Healthy Living Program serving Seminole County, Oklahoma and...

0Meet Jessica B. Chavez! Jessica is the M-POWER Coordinator for the Latino Community Development Agency, Inc. where she works with local clinics in Oklahoma...

0     The American Lung Association’s toolkit for state and local public health professionals includes resources related to Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNAs), tobacco...

0The Regional Prevention Center Network would like to ask you for help! They are currently seeking opinions of all Oklahomans on their safe storage...

0Every few years the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s Community Epidemiology & Evaluation Unit  releases a report focusing on health factors of the residents...

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0How did a Tulsa 5-year old, along with his mom, pre-K teacher, and community partners launch an 800-person Earth Day event in under 3...

0Meet Jody Reiss! Jody serves as the Healthy Living Program Project Director within the Volunteers for Youth Agency based in Claremore, while also volunteering...

0The Creating Healthy Minds & Bodies initiative aims to help the students at Prague Public Schools and surrounding community develop lifelong healthy habits while...

0Homer Elementary School embraced Healthy Heart/Wellness Month with a school-wide wellness challenge. Each class developed a classroom healthy/fitness SMART goal aimed to encourage more...

0A TSET Healthy Living Program Grantee in Oklahoma County is working to make big changes in the lives of more than 3,000 apartment dwellers....

0On the third Thursday of November each year, smokers are encouraged to take the Great American Smokeout challenge to quit smoking for a day...

0The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is pleased to announce the release of a new tobacco control monograph, “A Socioecological Approach to Addressing Tobacco-Related Health...

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0The Canadian County Community Garden is an award-winning “labor of love” that brings together community businesses, volunteers, and partners, including the Canadian County Technology...

0Read on to find out how Rogers County Health Department is working to ensure their employees are happy and healthy, by providing many opportunities...

0According to an August 31, 2017 news release from the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), adult smoking in Oklahoma has decreased to 19.6%...

0Kingfisher County’s Fourth Friday in the Park event received a 2017 Turning Point Community Champion Award. Congratulations to all involved in this collaboration! The Turning...

0 These brochures provide a dashboard look at Certified Healthy Oklahoma programs in individual towns and cities. For more information about this initiative and...

0Looking for inspiration on how to get your students moving more this school year? The TSET Healthy Living Program grantee in Pontotoc County shares...

0Need ideas to make your community a healthier place? Take some inspiration from a TSET Healthy Living Program grantee in Carter County who hosted...

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1Bob Williams, a probation officer with the Office of Juvenile Affairs in Washington County, tells us about a unique partnership that puts delinquent and...

0Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) is a state agency that makes grants aimed at tobacco use prevention and obesity prevention in Oklahoma. See...

02017 Certified Healthy Oklahoma application period is now closed. Congratulations and many thanks to all who have contributed to this statewide effort. We look...

0As part of its Tobacco Compliance Webinar Series, the FDA Center for Tobacco Products hosted a webinar to help retailers and small business manufacturers...

0“Synar Compliance: E-Cigarette & T21 Laws (2017)” is a factsheet available from the Tobacco Control Legal Consortium at the Public Health Law Center. As...

0A recording is available from a NACCHO webinar on low-cost tobacco cessation strategies in local health departments. The webinar provides an overview of CDC’s...

0Note: These profiles reflect historical data available as of summer 2017. For 2018 data, click here. To see archived data from past years, click here....

0The Certified Healthy Oklahoma webinar recording detailing updates to the 2017 program is now available! The webinar discusses changes to the 2017 application, and provides...

0Find out who to contact to get involved in health and wellness initiatives in your community! This page is not an exhaustive list, but...

0May is Mental Health Month, and National Prevention Week is May 14-20, 2017. Sponsored by SAMHSA, National Prevention Week is an annual health observance...

1Meet Laura Matlock! She’s serving as a School Sector Coordinator for the TSET Healthy Living Program in McClain County. Read on to learn more about Laura,...

0The organization 8 80 Cities partnered with Active Living Research to create a new tool for the Open Streets movement. This tool is a...

1Meet Dusti Brodrick! She’s serving as a Turning Point Regional Partnership Consultant at the Oklahoma State Department of Health, and serves Blaine, Canadian, Kingfisher,...

0At the spring 2017 Strong Towns Summit in Tulsa, a traffic calming demonstration was held to show how changing the street can change behavior...

0Voices for Healthy Kids Action Center and Center for Science in the Public Interest have released a new fact sheet on school fundraisers.This fact...

0Meet Luis Hidalgo! He’s serving as a Health Educator at the Latino Community Development Agency, an M-POWER (OSDH/Center) grantee, and a member of the OK in the...

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0The 2015 Food Access Research Atlas (FARA) food desert data are now available in the Community Commons Maproom. Released as a set in early 2017,...

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0Meet Tyler Coday! He’s serving as a Wellness Coordinator at the Wagoner County Health Department, a TSET Healthy Living Program grantee. He is also a part of...

0This resource is designed to help schools develop a school recess plan. In addition, this tool will assist school staff working on recess to...

0Meet Charlene Shreder! Charlene’s work focuses on high risk drinking among adults, underage drinking, youth tobacco use, and adult and youth non-medical use of...

0Meet Clint Miller! He’s serving as Program Manager for the McClain County Healthy Living Program at Norman Regional Health System, a TSET Healthy Living...

0The Oklahoma Prevention Needs Assessment (OPNA) is an anonymous statewide risk and protective factor student survey of 6th, 8th, 10th, and 12th graders conducted...

0Meet Lana Shaffer! She has been in public health for 15 years and works for the Oklahoma State Department of Health Office of Partner Engagement...

0Meet Karin Leimbach! She’s a Prevention Coordinator for DCCCA, a Partnerships for Success Contractor based in Oklahoma County. Read on to find out more...

0Meet Lauran Larson! She’s the Business Coordinator for the Oklahoma City-County Health Department, a Healthy Living Program grantee. Read on to find out how Lauran...

0By pooling expertise, funds, and staff time, partners in rural communities can identify common interests, overcome familiar challenges, and develop comprehensive strategies for success....

0The 2-1-1 helpline helps deliver services more efficiently by pinpointing what kind of services are needed and where. 2-1-1 Oklahoma enables everyone to get...

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0In December 2016, U.S. Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy released a report titled “E-Cigarette Use Among Youth and Young Adults. This is the first report...

0The OSU Tobacco Project is a partnership between Oklahoma State University Health Education department and the Payne County Live Well Coalition that provides creative...

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0The following toolkits and templates were developed by the Public Health Academy of Oklahoma (PHAO) collaborative for use by any coalition or organization interested...

0 This National Physical Activity Plan Alliance (NPAPA) report released in 2016 presents data from multiple nationally representative surveys to evaluate levels of physical...

0Below is a list of funders that may offer grant money or other support for improving community health & wellness in Oklahoma. This list...

0 The Will Rogers Park Project is a wellness initiative to achieve lasting, positive environmental change in Rogers County to prevent substance abuse and...

0Facing Addiction in America: A Surgeon General’s Prevention Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health was released on November 17, 2016. This is the first...

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0The Boots and Badges obesity prevention program for Okmulgee Public School students brings in firefighters, police, Muscogee Creek Nation Emergency Management, and behavioral health...

0Many resources are available for download at no cost on the American Cancer Society Website, including: Cancer Facts & Statistics Information for Health Care...

0The CDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (NCCDPHP) has compiled a searchable database of examples of best practices for chronic...

0The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have published Healthy Aging in Action, a report...

0Every November, the country celebrates diabetes awareness, education, and prevention during National Diabetes Month. This year’s theme is Managing Diabetes – It’s Not Easy, But It’s...

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0Explore the CDC Foundation’s new statistics, Q&A and infographic in Business Pulse: Tobacco Use to communicate about the toll of tobacco and help employers...

0The Oklahoma Highway Safety Office provides access to data on alcohol related crashes and fatalities throughout the state. Data and fact sheets are also available...

0An online query system where users can access statewide or county-level data on mental health and substance abuse treatment in Oklahoma. The data from Oklahoma Department...

0On-demand court records are available for alcohol offenses at http://www1.odcr.com/. To search for alcohol related cases for some counties: Select court of interest Select Criminal...

0October is Quit Month in Oklahoma! The Oklahoma Insurance Commission, along with the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, American Lung Association, Oklahoma State Department...

0In July 2016, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) released a final rule requiring all local educational agencies to revise local school wellness policies...

0Did you know that today, 580 people will have tried heroin for the first time? The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has provided resources to increase...

0This website provides information on how the Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center (OTRC) Policy Division collects, analyze, develops, and disseminates research findings to identify and implement cost-effective tobacco...

0Have you ever wondered if your state is helping or hindering children from reaching a healthy weight? Use this interactive map tool to look...

0Find information from the FDA on how these new regulations on e-cigarettes, cigars, and all other tobacco products affect manufacturers, retailers, and consumers. The website also provides guidance documents specific...

0This new interactive map developed by the Federal Communications Commission’s Connect2Health allows you to visualize, overlay, and analyze broadband and health data at the national, state and county...

0The CDC has just released the results from the 2015 Youth Risk Behaviors Survey, which monitors six types of health-risk behaviors that contribute to...

0 These documents will assist you as you collaborate and plan to increase the number of Certified Healthy Oklahoma programs in your county. Attachments...

0 Note: These profiles reflect historical data from 2016. Refer to the main Certified Healthy Oklahoma: Community Brochures page for the most up to date...

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0The Lancet‘s July 2016 series encourages policy makers to take physical activity more seriously, and presents an update of the field, including progress in...

0This infographic from Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) details how to motivate students in classrooms using methods that also promote their...

0This report offers insights into how data can assist in improving walking and biking programs. In it, the Safe Routes to School National Partnership...

1In this study published in 2016 in Public Health Reports, researchers estimated changes in smoking prevalence based on simulations of three different price scenarios, and...

0Background The TSET Healthy Living Program of Carter County is split between two grantee agencies- the Carter County Health Department and the Community Children’s...

0The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in 2016 revised the CACFP meal patterns to ensure children and adults have access to healthy, balanced...

0The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids is the nation’s largest advocacy and education organization working on tobacco-related issues.  The Campaign provides regular updates on federal,...

0The Coalition Against Prescription and Substance Abuse of Tulsa, Oklahoma (CAPSAT) has made ground in Tulsa with its prevention work by gathering support from many...

0The Nation’s Health, a publication of the American Public Health Association (APHA), is running a special series looking at social determinants of health and...

0This toolkit from ChangeLab Solutions presents innovative strategies in tobacco control, nutrition, and excessive alcohol use prevention in order to
 create a retail environment...

0This MMWR released by the CDC evaluated state and local comprehensive smoke-free laws in worksites, restaurants, and bars. According to the report, in 2015,...

0This report from the National Safety Council evaluates how well states are doing in preventing prescription drug overdose and abuse based on six key indicators....

0*Photo credit: Tulsa Regional Prevention Coordinators In June 2016, ODMHSAS hosted the 2M2L (Too Much To Lose) program’s annual youth leadership academy.

0Note: These profiles reflect historical data from 2014. Refer to the main Wellness County Profiles page for the most up to date county health data....

0This infographic from the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) provides data on why we should rethink the foods and drinks provided at...

0With the next Certified Healthy Oklahoma application period expected to open this August, now is a great time to become more familiar with the...

0As part of National Healthy Homes Month, the CDC has released a feature article on smoke-free policies for multi-unit housing, including tips and resources...

0The American Public Health Association (APHA) is a professional organization for public health professionals in the United States whose mission is to “improve the health...

0A Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) is a strategic tool for improving the health of a community through a collaborative process of identifying health needs and...

0Shape Your Future encourages parents, children and all Oklahomans to live healthier lives every day by eating more fruits and vegetables, getting the appropriate...

0A Cochrane Review on the health impacts of legislative smoking bans (last updated Feb 2015) found evidence that “countries and their populations benefit from improved...

0These infographics developed by the CDC provide key data and stats on physical activity and tobacco use. Going Smoke-free Matters – In Your Home:...

0These slides from the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids are useful resources to educate others about public health concerns related to e-cigarette and cigar...

0The Public Health Law Center has recently updated its interactive map of e-cigarette regulations in all 50 states for 2016. See how each state is...

0Free public health webinars with CHES credit from the Michigan Public Health Training Center. >>Learn more

0Oklahoma “Tobacco Stops with Me”Media Campaign Effects on Attitudes toward Secondhand Smoke. View abstract. In this study, researchers found that exposure to the “Tobacco Stops with...

0Study published in BMJ Open that explores the impact of graphic cigarette labels with physical harm images on members of American Indian/Alaska Native communities....

0Shared use is a strategy promote physical activity, equity, and health by maximizing space communities have to exercise and play.  See ChangeLab Solution’s resources...

0The FDA Center for Tobacco Products’ new campaign, “This Free Life”, is the first national tobacco prevention campaign targeting LGBT youth. Help spread messages...

0“The U.S. Food and Drug Administration finalized a rule extending its authority to all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, cigars, hookah tobacco and pipe tobacco,...

0This 90 minute webinar provides an update on the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) proposed rule, and the opportunity it offers...

0The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s  “The Real Cost” campaign has expanded it’s focus to educate rural, white male teenagers about the negative health consequences associated with...

0This toolkit from the US Department of Education is designed “to inform civic and community leaders who wish to use shared data to improve academic and...

0This study published in The Lancet examines the effect active commuting has on BMI and obesity. The study found that those who engaged in...

0The 2016 Shape of the Nation provides a current picture of physical education in each state across the country. The 2016 survey and state...

0“Tobacco products are sold in approximately 375,000 US retail outlets, including convenience stores and pharmacies, which often sell energy-dense, low-nutrient foods and beverages. The...

0This issue brief from the Kaiser Family Foundation provides good background on social determinants of health – what they are and  how they impact...

0Every April the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD) hosts Alcohol Awareness Month. “With this year’s theme, “Talk Early, Talk Often: Parents...

0Community Health Status Indicators  is an interactive web application with health profiles for all 3,143 countries in the United States. Profiles include key indicators...

0On March 16, 2016, the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) joined thousands of youth and health advocates nationwide in a stand against Big...

0National Public Health Week is April 3 – April 9, 2017. This year’s theme is “Healthiest Nation 2030.” Changing our health means ensuring conditions that give...

0A new brief from Healthy Eating Research looks at how food, beverage, restaurant, and entertainment companies have used brand mascots and cartoon media characters...

0Developed by the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this tool provides data on how the transportation environment affects...

0The articles within the special supplement examine factors behind the disparities in tobacco initiation, current use, and cessation between African Americans and whites. The...

0This hour long video explains how education and income impact health and create a “health gradient” in our communities. The presenter, Lisa M. Bates, a social epidemiologist at Columbia...

0The Report to the Nation is released each year in a collaborative effort by the American Cancer Society, the Centers for Disease Control and...

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0At the Certified Healthy Oklahoma Awards and Luncheon on March 2, 2016 in Norman, Oklahoma, over 1200 attendees celebrated the organizations that are the...

0The CDC has released the newest iteration of their Prevention Status Reports. These state-level reports highlight the status of policies and practices designed to...

0In an effort to combat the growing epidemic of prescription drug and heroin abuse, the FBI and DEA have released Chasing the Dragon: The...

0This article published in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs shows that sipping alcohol before sixth grade is associated with alcohol and...

0This report published as part of CDC’s Vital Signs series contains data opioid painkiller prescriptions written by health care providers in 2012, including infographics depicting state-level data....

0The systematic review examines the impact of school-based standing desk interventions on sedentary behavior and physical activity, health-related outcomes, and academic and behavioral outcomes...

0This report from Tobacconomics and the Institute for Health Research and Policy, outlines what Oklahoma could expect from a tobacco tax increase, including a large, sustained increase...

0The 2015–2020 Dietary Guidelines published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Department of Agriculture, is designed to help Americans eat...

0This report is a joint publication of a consortium of organizations working to coordinate efforts around the 50th anniversary of the Surgeon General’s report...

0This study funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) examines the influence of sugar-sweetened beverage warning labels. The study concluded that “health warning...

0The Strategic Alliance Promoting Healthy Food and Activity Environments website coordinated by Prevention Institute, includes the ENACT Local Policy Database. The database focuses on policies related...

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0The CDC has launched its 2016 Tips Campaign From Former Smokers Campaign.  The Tips campaign is a proven, cost-effective intervention to help smokers quit...

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0This report published as part of  CDC’s Vital Signs includes data on youth exposure to e-cigarette advertisements in 2014.  The report also includes shareable...

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0Tobacco Stops With Me is an Oklahoma media campaign that highlights how tobacco use impacts Oklahomans. Updated in January 2016, the site is very...

0United Foundation for Health has released its latest America’s Health Rankings report, which provides state-by-state rankings and reports on health challenges and successes.  This...

0This report from Trust for America’s Health includes state-by-state assessments on performance related to 10 key indicators of leading evidence-based policies and programs designed to improve the well-being of children...

0To achieve a healthy community, every part of government has a role to play. That’s the idea behind Health in All Policies: to adopt...

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0The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s 2015 report on health gaps in the state of Oklahoma. Based on the County Health Rankings data, the report focuses...

0Matching an intervention to a community’s level of readiness is incredibly important to achieve success. The Tri-Ethnic Center developed the Community Readiness Model to assess how ready...

0In October 2015, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Section on Tobacco Control released three policy statements and a technical report on tobacco use...

0This guide from the CDC provides information for tobacco control program staff and partners on how to work toward achieving health equity when planning, implementing,...

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0CDC Health Literacy website contains links to resources on communication guidance, material assessment tools, national standards and web communication guidance. >>Learn more The CDC also has a...

0CDC’s Gateway to Communication and Social Marketing Practice provides resources to help build your health communication or social marketing campaigns and programs, including tips...

Oct 21, 2015ENDUI Oklahoma

0This website contains information on DUI prevention, education and enforcement, including a Blood Alcohol Content Calculator. The website also contains links to substance abuse...

0This website developed by ODMHSAS has guidelines and resources to help providers and individuals educate themselves and others on the dangers of prescription drug abuse...

0The 3rd edition of Caring for Our Children: National Health and Safety Performance Standards; Guidelines for Early Care and Education Programs is prepared by...

0This fact sheet provides an overview of the Center for the Advancement of Wellness, a division within the Oklahoma State Department of Health committed...

0In this 2011 report the IOM reviewed factors related to overweight and obesity from birth to age five, with a focus on nutrition, physical...

0This article published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (July, 2005) outlines how to use behavioral treatment as an effective approach to helping individual...

0This toolkit from Breathe Easy OK includes resources for tenants and landlords on how to create smokefree living enviroments in multiunit housing. >>Learn more

0This report released in 2007 by the CDC and IOM reviews and makes recommendations about appropriate nutritional standards for the availability, sale, content and consumption of...

0  This factsheet from the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), Center for the Advancement of Wellness, contains a list of snacks and beverages that...

0This flyer from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) contains information and guidelines on the USDA’s science-based nutrition standards for snack foods and beverages sold...

0The CDC Worksite Health ScoreCard (HSC) is a tool designed to help employers assess whether they have implemented evidence-based health promotion interventions or strategies...

0This guide from ChangeLab Solutions outlines the context, steps, and relationships necessary to successfully implement healthy beverage vending practices in rural settings. >>Learn more

0The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services maintains a variety of statistical reports related to substance abuse and substance abuse prevention....

0This online data system houses indicators collected by the Oklahoma State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup related to substance abuse and substance abuse prevention. On this...

0  The Oklahoma Health Improvement Plan (OHIP) is a comprehensive strategic plan that is designed to help Oklahomans live healthier, happier, and longer lives and meet the goals...

0SAMHSA’s Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies (CAPT) Online Training portal contains web-based training materials for substance abuse prevention. Courses are free and offered...

0As an affiliate of the American Public Health Association, the Oklahoma Public Health Association (OPHA) provides a forum for the professional enrichment of over...

0  The Tulsa Health Department website contains information and resources on their community health programs and initiatives that focus on prevention and education to promote...

Sep 29, 2015Youthpolicy.org

0Youthpolicy.org is a global evidence-base for youth policy, ranging from analysis and policy formulation to implementation and evaluation. The website also contains independent audits of public policies pertaining...

Sep 29, 2015Unnatural Causes

0“Unnatural Causes…is inequality making us sick?” is a seven-part documentary series that explores racial and socioeconomic inequalities and how those inequalities impact our health....

0The UDETC provides a variety of science-based, practical, effective training and technical assistance services to support, enhance, and build leadership capacity and increase state...

0TSET is a state agency that makes grants aimed at reducing the leading causes of preventable death in our state – cancer and heart...

0The Institute of Medicine (IOM) is a division of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (“the Academies”). The Academies are private, nonprofit institutions that...

0In 2000, Oklahoma voters made a momentous decision, a decision that would change the health of generations to come. This 27-minute video, Oklahoma TSET:...

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0This supplement in the January 2015 issue of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine is entitled “Best Practices, Research, and Relationships: Oklahoma’s Investment in...

0Prevention Institute is nonprofit research, policy, and action center that works nationally to promote prevention, health, and equity. Prevention Institute provides services to support...

0The Guide to Community Preventive Services is a free resource to help communities choose programs and policies to improve health and prevent disease. Systematic...

0In 2008, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) formed the Commission to Build a Healthier America to investigate why Americans aren’t as healthy as...

Aug 11, 2015Surgeon General

0As the nation’s doctor, the Surgeon General is tasked with providing Americans with the best scientific information available on how to improve their health and reduce the...

0This is the official YouTube channel for SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration), which features video categories for National Prevention Week, bullying and...

0The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities....

0The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) is the nation’s largest philanthropy devoted solely to the public’s health. The Foundation’s conducts research and awards grants for...

0The Public Health Law Center is a national nonprofit law and policy organization that help health leaders, officials, and advocates use the law to...

Aug 11, 2015PublicHealth.org

0PublicHealth.org is a website with general resources on the field of public health. This includes information about careers in public health and public awareness guides for major...

0Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE) is an independent, non-profit organization that conducts health and safety research to develop more effective prevention, treatment...

0The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is responsible for protecting and improving the public’s health status through strategies that focus on preventing disease....

0The Office of Minority Health addresses disease prevention, health promotion, risk reduction, healthier lifestyle choices, use of health care services and barriers to health...

0The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) is responsible for providing services to Oklahomans who are affected by mental illness and...

0The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) is responsible for providing services to Oklahomans who are affected by mental illness and...

Aug 11, 2015Nutrition.gov

0Nutrition.gov provides food safety and nutrition information from across the federal government. The website also contains practical information on healthy eating, dietary supplements, fitness and how...

0The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) is the national organization representing local health departments. NACCHO provides skill building, professional resources...

0This workbook from the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMNSAS) is designed to serve as a guide to help communities...

0This document introduces SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) and Regional Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroups (REOW) and their roles in substance abuse prevention. >>Learn more  

0This recorded webinar from SAMHSA discusses the role environmental strategies play in substance abuse prevention, the evidence behind environmental strategies for population level change...

0The Oklahoma City Area IHS serves the states of Oklahoma, Kansas, and parts of Texas. The area consists of eight different Service Units, and...

0The Indian Health Service (IHS) is a federal agency within the US Department of Health and Human Services that helps to provide healthcare and...

0Healthy People is a federal initiative that sets dozens of ambitious but achievable goals for the nation’s health every decade. Overarching goals of this...

0The Healthy Eating Active Living Cities Campaign is a project that provides training and technical assistance to local officials to help them adopt policies...

Aug 7, 2015LGBTData.com

0This website is an open-source collection of data on the LGBT population and also information on measures and other research tips on collecting additional...

0The Community Tool Box is a project by the University of Kansas to connect “people, ideas, and resources” worldwide in order to encourage healthier...

Aug 6, 2015Choose My Plate

0Choose My Plate is a national government program of the US Department of Agriculture that encourages good habits with regards to nutrition, portion sizes,...

0ChangeLab Solutions specializes in researching and drafting model laws and policies, providing analysis and recommendations on environmental change strategies, developing educational toolkits and fact sheets, and...

0This is the official YouTube channel for the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), which features video categories for HIV/AIDS and STDs, Smoking...

0The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is instrumental in preventing disease and promoting public health for the entire United States. The CDC...

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Aug 6, 2015Breathe Easy OK

0Breathe Easy OK is a website that provides links to up-to-date information on the state of secondhand smoke laws throughout Oklahoma, along with relevant...

Aug 6, 2015Alcohol Justice

0Alcohol Justice works to reduce the societal harms of alcohol abuse through advocacy, policy, research, and community engagement. Their website features factsheets, published articles,...

0Active Living Research is an organization that works with public and private stakeholders to translate research into actions that make communities activity-friendly, thus promoting...

Aug 5, 20152 Much 2 Lose

12 Much 2 Lose (2M2L) is a program of the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse that seeks to reduce underage drinking...