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What Is It?

[Guidance: this section is an opportunity for you and your partners to tell the organization/team/coalition what you would like them to know about this program. The sample text below includes much of the information that you will collect to complete your state action plan & can also be copy and pasted from your public e-CHIP program/project/initiative of the same name.]

[Insert name of program/project/initiative] was identified by [group/team/coalition] as an action, that when combined with other actions in our community, that has a reasonable chance of making a difference in [name priority] in our community. This is a [new or ongoing] program in our community.

  • The audience for this [name program type] are [name and describe target audience], and the [name program type] aims to make a difference at the [individual/interpersonal behavior; organizational/policy; or environmental change] level. Implementation will take place in [describe setting for program type].
Partners

[Guidance: Who are the partners who have a role to play in doing better? Inside the organization/team/coalition? Outside the organization/team/coalition? What about customers?]

Partners These are the partners who have a role to play in doing better.

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Data Holes

We are keeping an eye on performance measures (How much did we do? How well did we do it? and Is anyone better off?) as a way of showing how this [program/project/initiative] is addressing [priority issue] and contributes to building a community where [name your result]. We have also identified other data that is not currently available, but that we would like to develop to help us monitor performance on this [program/project/initiative]:

  • Performance Measure 1
  • Performance Measure 2
  • Performance Measure 3
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