CDC supported 50 communities across the nation—including urban, suburban, rural, and tribal areas—to tackle obesity, tobacco use and exposure, or both. More than 50 million people—or 1 out of 6 Americans—live in a community that benefited from this program.
Download the CPPW brochure [4.7M-PDF] that includes examples of how CPPW awardees made healthy living easier for their residents.
The map below shows the breadth of CPPW's community–based initiative. Click on one of the 50 communities listed below to learn more about what its members did to improve health at the local level.
|Austin/Travis County, Texas||Orange County, Florida|
|Florence County, South Carolina||Providence, Rhode Island|
|Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council, Inc., Wisconsin||Ringgold County, Iowa|
|Horry County, South Carolina||St. Louis County, Missouri|
|Linn County, Iowa||Washington, DC|
|Mobile County, Alabama|| |
|Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas Counties, Colorado||Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|Appalachian District of North Carolina||Multnomah County, Oregon|
|Bartholomew County, Indiana||Nashville and Davidson County, Tennessee|
|Suburban Cook County, Illinois||North Little Rock, Arkansas|
|Douglas County, Nebraska||Olmsted County, Minnesota|
|Kauai, Hawaii||Pima County, Arizona|
|Hamilton County, Ohio||Pinellas County, Florida|
|Healthy Lakes Region, Maine||Pitt County, North Carolina|
|Independence County, Arkansas||Portland, Maine|
|La Crosse County, Wisconsin||Pueblo of Jemez, New Mexico|
|Louisville, Kentucky||County of San Diego, California|
|Maui County, Hawaii||San Antonio, Texas|
|Miami-Dade County, Florida||Vanderburgh County, Indiana|
|Mid-Ohio Valley, West Virginia||Wood County, Wisconsin|
|Boston, Massachusetts||King County, Washington|
|The Cherokee Nation||Los Angeles County, California|
|Chicago, Illinois||New York, New York|
|Clark County, Nevada||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|DeKalb County, Georgia||Santa Clara County, California|
|Jefferson County, Alabama|| |
Find more examples of how CPPW communities built healthier environments for their residents at the links below.
CPPW in Action