Creating Healthy Places Intervention Counts by Intervention Type
This is a chart based on Creating Healthy Places Intervention Locations.
|1||Create a community garden||138|
|2||Creating Healthy After School Environments (CHASE)||75|
|3||Develop transportation policies (Complete Streets)||78|
|4||Enhance variety of fruits /vegetables/ healthy shelf space||63|
|5||Establish a joint use agreement||51|
|7||Fresh and healthy foods||65|
|9||Improve community-scale urban design||9|
|10||Improve land use policies and practices||9|
|12||Improve quality grocery stores in underserved areas||149|
|13||Improve street-scale urban design||56|
|14||Neighborhood community trails||56|
|15||Nutrition and Physical Activity Self-Assessment in Child Care(NAPSACC)||139|
|16||Reduce point of sale of energy dense nutrient poor foods||29|
created Jan 07, 2014
updated Aug 24, 2016
This chart shows the counts of Creating Healthy Places interventions by intervention type. Creating Healthy Places to Live Work and Play (CHP2LWP) is a joint five year grant (October 2010 – October 2015) of New York State Department of Health’s Division of Chronic Disease Prevention and Division of Nutrition. The Purpose of the initiative is to implement community level interventions to promote healthy lifestyles to prevent obesity and type 2 diabetes. Twenty-two communities across New York State are funded to carry out this initiative. From a list of 18 policy, systems and environmental interventions, community contractors selected a minimum four to implement. The 18 interventions are grouped into five, broad activity categories. The activities include two that are related to increasing opportunities for physical activity, two that address improving nutrition, and one that addresses both physical activity and nutrition. For more information, check out: http://www.health.ny.gov/prevention/nutrition/healthy_places.htm. The "About" tab contains additional details concerning this dataset.
- Community Rating
Current value: 0.0 out of 5
- Your Rating
- obesity, diabetes, heart disease, physical activity, healthy eating, complete streets, community based intervention, community health and chronic disease
- Row Count
- Data Provided By
- New York State Department of Health
- Source Link
- Office of Public Health
- Time Period
- October 2011-October 2015
- Posting Frequency
- Data Frequency
- Dataset Owner
- Bureau of Chronic Disease Evaluation and Research
- New York Counties of Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chemung, Cortland, Essex, Franklin, Herkimer, Kings, Monroe, Niagara, Onondaga, Rensselaer, Rockland, Schoharie, St. Lawrence, Suffolk, Tompkins, Ulster, Warren, Washington, Wayne.
- Intervention location at the city/town/municipality level
- This dataset contains information on the number of interventions being implemented, the type of intervention, the city, and zip code where the intervention is occurring and a geocoded street address which enables users to map each intervention and overlay these data with U.S. Census data to obtain reach and socioeconomic status information related to communities impacted by the Creating Healthy Places to Live Work and Play initiative.
- The information in this dataset is limited to the 22 contractors and 21 counties funded through the Creating Healthy Places to Live Work and Play Initiative. Some interventions were not selected by any of the contractors, and therefore will not be represented in this dataset. In instances where an exact intervention location could not be determined, the geocoded location was interpolated or approximated based on the street, postcode or city centroid.
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