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Over the years, NACCHO has developed many resources for LHDs to use to raise their visibility and increase their perceived value in the community among key stakeholders and the public. While many have been refreshed overtime, the following materials still have value.
 
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Video –On Health

This NACCHO-made man-on-the-street video asks passersby “What do you think public health does?”, and the responses are no less relevant today than when the video was developed nearly a decade ago. Click here to download the video.



 
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Fact Sheets
How you tell the story about local public health and the role of local health departments will vary depending on who you are talking to—peers, policymakers, community groups, the media, and the general public. These three fact sheets describe the role local health departments’ play in the communities they serve and offer suggestions about how to customize them for use in your own communities. More »
 
 
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PowerPoint Presentation: Public Health 101
This PowerPoint presentation with slides and script about public health is designed for a general audience. Originally developed by NACCHO in 2005, for a briefing Capitol Hill, "Public Health 101," can be adapted for use with local audiences. More »
 
 
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Tips and Templates for PSAs
PSAs can be an excellent way to spread messages on a small budget. Learn tricks of the trade and avoid reinventing the wheel by using these professionally written PSA templates. More »
 
 
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User-Friendly Ad Templates
NACCHO ad template tools allow LHDs to quickly and easily develop professional quality advertising communications. These high-quality templates display a variety of general health messages and images and include an area for LHDs to add local information. More »
 

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