Mobilize for Health Strategy Menu

The Mobilize for Health Strategy Menu is grouped into nine nutrition, physical activity, or maternal and clinical care approaches. Within each approach area sample of environmental or policy strategies for health.

Each health promotion strategy includes a summary, evidence base, and health equity considerations. Strategies also include Wisconsin examples and key Wisconsin resources.

You can explore each approach below or use the Search Strategies Button at the top of the page.

Active Transportation

Increase travel by foot, bike and public transit.
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Recreational Spaces and Programming

Increase opportunities for physical activity in parks, fitness centers, community centers, and other community recreation areas.
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Active Settings

Create opportunities for physical activity in the places where people spend their days (e.g. schools, workplaces, out-of-school settings).
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Photo: UW-Madison

Community Design

Design neighborhoods so that walking and biking to work, schools, retail, recreation, public transit, and other destinations is easy and appealing.
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Photo: Sam Dennis, Jr.

Healthy Food Access

Increase accessibility, affordability, and demand for healthy foods.
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Local Food Economies

Improve the production, processing, storage, and distribution of local foods.
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Photo: UW-Madison

Food and Beverage Industry Change

Work with food and beverage industry partners to increase the supply and demand for healthy foods and beverages.
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Breastfeeding and Maternal Care

Provide opportunities and supports for breastfeeding and maternal health.
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Photo: UW-Madison

Clinical Care Practices

Increase practices within health systems that support and model healthy behavior and behavior change.
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