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Illinois State Physical Activity And Nutrition Program (ISPAN)

ISPAN is a five-year, $4.6 million initiative to implement physical activity and nutrition interventions designed to make it easier for Illinoisans to live the healthiest lives possible, especially in low-income, rural, and minority communities that have been the hardest hit by chronic diseases like type 2 diabetes and heart disease. With funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Illinois Public Health Institute is collaborating with the Illinois Department of Public Health, local health departments in three regions of the state, and a unified coalition of organizations from multiple sectors to tackle the root causes of obesity.


Our Goals

 

Year One ISPAN Strategies                                 Year Two ISPAN Strategies           


         

Made possible with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


Our Partners

    • Active Transportation Alliance
    • Aim & Arrow Consulting
    • American Planning Association -Illinois Chapter
    • Chicago Department of Public Health
    • Chicago Food Policy Action Council
    • Cook County Department of Public Health
    • HealthConnect One
    • Illinois Chapter - American Academy of Pediatrics
    • Illinois Committee of Blind Vendors
    • Illinois Department of Public Health
    • Illinois Network of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies
    • Jackson County Health Department
    • Nemours Children’s Health System
    • Peoria City/County Health Department
    • Tazewell County Health Department
    • University of Illinois at Chicago
    • Woodford County Health Department

    For More Information, Contact:

    Janna Simon, Program Director
    Janna.Simon@iphionline.org






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