You know your communities best – and Plan4Health is committed to elevating and to amplifying the expertise of Plan4Heath coalitions by showcasing your work and the work of your peers.
The Peer Learning Network (PLN) is open to organizational partners, community leaders, professional allies and anyone passionate about creating vibrant, healthy places!
Check out the PLN below – and consider sharing your knowledge to help the PLN grow beyond the Plan4Health project.
The PLN may be a virtual network, but you can hear directly from Plan4Health coalitions and other peer experts about their projects and lessons learned through the Plan4Health mini-webinar series. Click on any of the images below to spend a few minutes with a member of the Plan4Health community!
APA, APHA and Plan4Health coalitions filmed videos to highlight work in the built environment, to discuss the importance of cross-sector collaboration in preventing chronic disease, and to showcase the impact of the Plan4Health project.
Want to see more? Visit the Plan4Health video collection.
Plan4Health coalitions are doing extraordinary things to increase access to healthy food and beverages and incorporate physical activity into their communities. Listen to a podcast to learn about individual projects and to get ideas for your work.
For more podcasts, click here.
We would love for you to share your thoughts and experiences in planning and public health here! Tell us about your favorite resource, a challenge you are facing, or a success story – or tell us why planning and public health are important to you and how you convey this message to your community.
Connect with others to participate in an active, ongoing dialogue and contribute lessons learned from your own work in planning and public health.
The next step for the PLN is to connect with you: champions for health, champions for planning, champions for change – individuals who are passionate about planning and public health and want to engage with peers.
Join us by becoming a part of the Healthy Communities Interest Group (HCIG) listserv to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and upcoming training opportunities. Sign up here.
Are you interested in telling your own story? Develop your own mini-webinar, blog post, or host a peer call on your favorite planning and public health topic by following these steps.
If you have 10-15 years of experience working for healthy communities and want to share your expertise with others who are just starting out, reach out to Aliza Norcross.
Our members are doing amazing work in their respective fields. Check us out below to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.
The Plan4Health resource library is a great place to find additional tools and resources to assist you in your work: