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Who we are

NACDD's School Health Project is committed to working to help build the capacity of Chronic Disease Directors and other health department staff involved in the health of children and youth.  Its mission is to assist states and territories in reducing the risk and burden of chronic disease in school communities to promote lifelong health and to support academic success.

What we do

The School Health Project assists Chronic Disease Directors and their staff to make informed decisions about a variety of school health issues by providing technical assistance, up-to-date information and resources, and professional development. The project focuses on school health issues most directly related to preventing chronic disease - physical activity, nutrition and tobacco prevention programs.

Current Initiatives

Who Should Join

Representative or voting membership of the School Health Council is open to one school health designee from each state, territory, district, commonwealth, or tribal organization as determined by the Chronic Disease Program Director. General membership is open to other health department employees who direct or work with chronic disease prevention and control programs and associate membership is open to other public health professionals passionate about working in school health

How to Join

For more information about joining the School Health Council contact Amy Greene at greene@chronicdisease.org or take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions.


Contact:

Amy C. Greene,  MSSW, MPH
Consultant
greene@chronicdisease.org
301-789-2282

Rachelle Johnsson Chiang, MPH
Consultant
rchiang@chronicdisease.org
919-259-0803