Action Model for Community Example
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|Step 1||Step 2||Step 3||Step 4|
|Category||What are the community issues?||How can redevelopment address the issues?||What are the community health benefits?||What data are needed to measure change?|
|Community||Elevated crime rates||Redevelopment reduces the number of places crime is likely to occur.||There will be fewer crime-related injuries and deaths.
Less crime also means more opportunities to walk, run, or ride outdoors.
|Acreage of vacant lots
Violent crime rates
|Low education levels; limited job skills, low health literacy||Communities can include schools and other learning centers in their redevelopment plans.||People can improve their skills to find jobs that offer better health benefits.
People can learn more about getting healthy and staying healthy.
Reading comprehension levels
Rates of preventable diseases
|High poverty rates; limited access to medical care and quality housing||Redevelopment can bring jobs into the community.||Some new jobs may offer health insurance.
People may be able to afford better nutrition and housing
|Percentage of adults with health benefits
Percentage of people employed
Percentage of people living in poverty
For additional information
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