ENACT: Environmental Nutrition and Activity Community Tool

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ENACT: Environmental Nutrition and Activity Community Tool

Description

The Environmental Nutrition and Activity Community Tool (ENACT) is a set of assessment and planning tools for organizations, coalitions, and communities to help improve nutrition and physical activity in their communities. The tools can evaluate past and current efforts and offer new priorities. The tools focus on the following environments:

  • Child care
  • School
  • After-school
  • Community
  • Workplace
  • Health care
  • Government

A free user account is required to save ENACT strategies for future reference.

Developer:

Strategic Alliance

Funding Sources:

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Kaiser Permanente; W.K. Kellogg Foundation; The California Endowment

History

Release Date: 2005
Original Summary: February 2010
Last Updated: 02/17/10

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