Research4NC delivers one-stop access to resources for promoting health in North Carolina. It compiles resources that University of North Carolina researchers have developed for the state's public health and healthcare practitioners.
UNC’s Center for Training and Research Translation offers more than 35 interventions to support healthy lifestyles.
HOPE Circles (from Seeds of HOPE) provide women with support and fellowship as they work to reach their individual goals. At each session, women engage in at least 20 minutes of light to moderate physical activity as a group.
Options for Increasing Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates is designed especially for community health centers in North Carolina to improve delivery of colorectal cancer screening, even to patients living in rural areas or lacking health insurance.
Weight-Wise, a weight management program, encourages women to eat more servings of fruits and vegetables in their daily diet.
State and local governments have authority to limit the marketing of tobacco to kids. Counter Tools offers training, software tools and technical assistance to help public health workers strengthen enforcement of local retail policies.
NAP SACC provides guidance on what foods to serve in child care and how meal times can build healthy habits.