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Links to HPDP Resources Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving Provides Americans with a relatively simple and straightforward message to support healthy eating.

Community Tool Box Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving This website promotes community health and development by connecting people, ideas and resources.

Good Data, Healthy Babies: Improving Breastfeeding Rates with the IFC Tool  (PDF)

Grants Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving This website offers a single access point for over 1000 grant programs offered by the 26 Federal grant-making agencies. Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving A government website with information and tools to help people stay healthy

Healthy Native Communities Partnership Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving engages a diverse cross section of emerging leaders in a year long community-based training experience

Healthy Weight Community Outreach Initiative Strategy Development Worksthop Report Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving February 17-18, 2004, Outreach Initiative from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

IHS Health Promotion and Disease Prevention The Indian Health Service national website link. It contains a variety of support materials and useful information

IHS Dietitian Listserv  Click to join this National IHS listserv .

IHS Healthy Weight For Life A Vision for Healthy Weight Across the Lifespan of American Indians and Alaska Natives

Improving Chronic Illness Care Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving Their mission is to help the chronically ill through quality improvement and research. This is an initiative from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Preventive Health Services for Adults Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving Most health plans must cover a set of preventive services like shots and screening tests at no cost to you. This includes Marketplace private insurance plans.

Promising Programs in California Tribal & Urban Health programs