Wheeling Walks Training Manual

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CHPP Stages:
Stage I

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Stage I -- CHPP Commences with 1-3 people


1. The community health participatory planning process begins with the interest of one to three people with a goal of improving the health of the local community. That community can be a town, a city, a county, a state, a worksite, or a corporation.

2. The goal of the community may be your idea, may have evolved from discussions with others, may have arisen because funding is available, or may have gained the attention of the community through stories in the media. The goal, or need, is loosely defined. An
example may be the concern of inactivity of the youth in the community. Exactly what that means and how you and your group will choose to address this is not important at the beginning. The statement of need is intended to leave room for lots of solutions. Do not
concern yourself with solutions at this point.* You are identifying a need. Your ultimate goal is to address the need.

* After your first CHPP group or two, you will learn to “trust the process.” Many processes work (somewhat like recipes or “set-up” instructions). This one works. But you may have to trust it a bit until you know it for yourself. Don’t be afraid.

Stage I Exercise 2: This is a “begin with the end in mind” exercise. Assume your organizing process is a success. In the space below, make some notes for a news release (we will get to the real thing later) announcing the project you ultimately hope will be initiated or adapted through the CHPP process. Sometimes the direction of the group is guided by overwhelming need, a funding source, steering committee vision, etc. Go ahead, dream a bit and write that press release.

 

 

 

 

 

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