National Public Health Week ToolKit

In this toolkit you will find social media posts and images, as well as fliers, posters and banners.

Social Media

This social media toolkit includes posts for Facebook and Twitter.  At the bottom you will find images for each day.

Leading up to National Public Health Week:

 

Facebook:

National Public Health Week starts April 1! Virginia’s Plan for Well-Being lays the foundation for giving everyone a chance to live a healthy life. For National Public Health Week, learn more about how Virginia is working to become healthier: https://www.virginiawellbeing.com/ #NPHW

Are you ready for National Public Health Week? Celebrate with us beginning April 1: http://www.nphw.org/ #NPHW @NPHW

Twitter:

National Public Health Week starts April 1. Learn how Virginia is working to become healthier: https://virginiawellbeing.com/ #NPHW

Are you ready for National Public Health Week? Celebrate with us April 1-7: http://www.nphw.org/ #NPHW @NPHW

We’ll be chatting all things public health on Twitter April 3 – 2-3 pm with #NPHWChat. Join us and RSVP here! http://bit.ly/2qhI2gb @NPHW

Join @NPHW April 1-7 for #NPHW 2019! Each day we’ll chat For science. For action. For health. Celebrate public health. http://www.nphw.org/

Want to get involved in NPHW but don’t know where to start? Check out the official calendar: http://www.nphw.org/events #NPHW @NPHW

Learn more about APHA & @NPHW ’s goal of building the healthiest nation in one generation. Check out factsheets http://bit.ly/2HttK7m #NPHW

 

Monday April 1 – Healthy Communities

Monday. April 1. National Public Health Week. Health Communities. NOHW 2019 Virginia. Virginia Department of Health. Family jogging.

Facebook:

Celebrate Healthy Communities during National Public Health Week!

Many of us are surrounded by ingredients that are essential to a healthy life, such as adequate housing and public transportation, quality health care and safe places to exercise and play. These conditions of our environments are called the social determinants of health. They affect a wide range of health, functioning and quality-of-life outcomes and risks. Virginia Department of Health’s Healthy Communities initiatives address the social determinants of health by increasing access to healthy lifestyle opportunities such as breastfeeding, nutrition and physical activity. Learn more. (www.vdh.virginia.gov/healthy-communities) #NPHW

Everyone deserves to live a long and healthy life in a safe environment. Where we live, learn, work, worship and play affects each of us and can determine our health and life expectancy. Working together, we can build healthier communities and eventually, the healthiest nation. Today, National Public Health Week focuses on Healthy Communities. Read more about how you can make a difference. For science. For action. For health.

Health must be a priority in designing our communities, from healthy housing to parks and playgrounds. See today’s NPHW fact sheet: Build a nation of safe, healthy communities

It’s National Public Health Week! Monday’s theme is healthy communities. Share your story and tell us about public health in your community. #NPHW Learn more: http://bit.ly/2FIhw99 @NPHW

Twitter:

Celebrate Healthy Communities for National Public Health Week! Make healthy choices for healthy lifestyles! www.vdh.virginia.gov/healthy-communities  #NPHW

Today’s NPHW theme is healthy communities. Share your story; public health in your community. #NPHW Learn more: http://bit.ly/2FIhw99 @NPHW

Health must be a priority in designing our communities. Today’s NPHW fact sheet: Build a nation of safe, healthy communities

NPHW Twitter Chat – Our biggest event: a chat on all things public health, Apr 3, 2-3 pm ET. EM Megan Lowry for chat questions.

Chat all things public health. April 3: 2-3 pm #NPHWChat. Join us and RSVP here! http://bit.ly/2qhI2gb @NPHW

@NPHW #NPHW Every day, we chat “For science. For action. For health.” Join us and celebrate public health. http://www.nphw.org/

 

Tuesday, April 2 – Violence Prevention

Tuesday. April 2. National Public Health Week. Violence Prevention. NPHW 2019 Virginia. Virginia Department of Health. child with stop bulling written on his palms.

Facebook:

Prevent Violence for National Public Health Week. Youth violence and bullying are major public health issues for individuals, families, and communities. Both are complex problems, which, over time, impose serious effects on targets, bystanders and aggressors. Solutions require widespread, sustained efforts in families, schools, and communities. Be a part of the solution to bullying and violence in your community. www.vdh.virginia.gov/youth-violence-and-bullying-prevention #NPHW

If you or someone you know needs help call the Virginia Family Violence & Sexual Assault Hotline, 1-800-838-8238 or the LGBTQ Partner Abuse and Sexual Assault Helpline, 1-800-356-6998. If you are not able to call, you can text, 804-793-9999. If you are in immediate danger, please call 911. http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/domestic-and-sexual-violence-prevention/

Everyone deserves to live a long and healthy life in a safe environment. Where we live, learn, work, worship and play affects each of us and can determine our health and life expectancy. Working together, we can build healthier communities and eventually, the healthiest nation. Today, National Public Health Week focuses on Violence Prevention. Read more about how you can make a difference. For science. For action. For health.

Tuesday’s #NPHW theme is violence prevention. Learn more about how public health is working to prevent violence and be part of the solution: http://bit.ly/2DslQaj #NPHW @NPHW

Education is the leading indicator of good health, giving people access to better jobs, incomes and neighborhoods. See today’s NPHW fact sheet: Help all young people graduate from high school

Twitter:

Learn how to prevent violence for National Public Health Week. Youth violence and bullying are public health issues. Be part of the solution! www.vdh.virginia.gov/youth-violence-and-bullying-prevention #NPHW

Today’s #NPHW theme is violence prevention. Public health works to prevent violence; be part of the solution http://bit.ly/2DslQaj #NPHW @NPHW

Education leads to good health. Better jobs, incomes, neighborhoods. Today’s NPHW fact sheet: Help all young people graduate from high school

NPHW Twitter Chat – Our biggest event: a chat on all things public health, April 3, 2-3 pm ET. EM Megan Lowry for chat questions.

 

Wednesday April 3: Rural Health

Wednesday. April 3. National Public Health Week. Rural Health. NPHW 2019 Virginia. Virginia Department of Health. Child riding a bike.

Facebook:

Learn about Rural Health for National Public Health Week. The Virginia State Office of Rural Health supports high quality, sustainable rural healthcare infrastructure, to address health disparities affecting the state’s rural residents. For more than 25 years, VA-SORH has linked rural communities with state and federal resources to help develop long-term solutions to rural health problems and their root causes. #NPHW Visit www.vdh.virginia.gov/health-equity/division-of-rural-health for information.

Everyone deserves to live a long and healthy life in a safe environment. Where we live, learn, work, worship and play affects each of us and can determine our health and life expectancy. Working together, we can build healthier communities and eventually, the healthiest nation. Today, National Public Health Week focuses on Rural Health. Read more about how you can make a difference. For science. For action. For health.

Wednesday’s NPHW theme is rural health. Learn more about what rural communities are facing and how you can take action: http://bit.ly/2CExIEq #NPHW @NPHW

Poverty and poor health go hand-in-hand. It’s time to fix our country’s growing income inequality and the unhealthy stresses it puts on adults and children. See today’s NPHW fact sheet: Increase economic mobility

Everyone has the right to good health. We must remove barriers so everyone has the same opportunity to improve their lives and their health. See today’s NPHW fact sheet: Achieve social justice and health equity

Twitter:

Learn about Rural Health for National Public Health Week. VDH’s Office of Rural Health supports rural health and addresses disparities. #NPHW www.vdh.virginia.gov/health-equity/division-of-rural-health

Today’s NPHW theme: rural health. What rural communities are facing. How to take action: http://bit.ly/2CExIEq #NPHW @NPHW

Poverty and poor health go hand-in-hand. Fix the unhealthy stresses of income inequality. Today’s NPHW fact sheet Increase economic mobility

Everyone deserves good health. Remove barriers. Improve lives and health. Today’s NPHW fact sheet: Achieve social justice and health equity

NPHW Twitter Chat – Our biggest event: a chat on all things public health, TODAY-April 3, 2-3 pm ET. DM Megan Lowry for chat questions.

 

Thursday April 4: Technology and Health

Thursday. April 4. National Public Health Week. Technology and Public Health. NPHW 2019 Virginia. Virginia Department of Health. someone syncing their fitness watch with their phone.

Facebook:

Learn about Technology and Health for National Public Health Week. Visit the Virginia Department of Health Data Portal (www.vdh.virginia.gov/data) for easy access to tons of  health-related data for Virginia! This comprehensive source for community health assessment, public and population health data links to data on cancer, communicable disease, demographics, sewage service providers, food establishments and inspections, shellfish harvest areas, health behaviors, injury and violence, maternal and child health, opioid addiction, sexually transmitted infection, social determinants of health and more! #NPHW

Everyone deserves to live a long and healthy life in a safe environment. Where we live, learn, work, worship and play affects each of us and can determine our health and life expectancy. Working together, we can build healthier communities and eventually, the healthiest nation. Today, National Public Health Week focuses on Rural Health. Read more about how you can make a difference. For science. For action. For health.

Wednesday’s NPHW theme is rural health. Learn more about what rural communities are facing and how you can take action: http://bit.ly/2CExIEq #NPHW @NPHW

Poverty and poor health go hand-in-hand. It’s time to fix our country’s growing income inequality and the unhealthy stresses it puts on adults and children. See today’s NPHW fact sheet: Increase economic mobility

Everyone has the right to good health. We must remove barriers so everyone has the same opportunity to improve their lives and their health. See today’s NPHW fact sheet: Achieve social justice and health equity

Twitter:

Learn about Technology and Health for National Public Health Week. Explore Virginia data on communicable disease, maternal and child health, restaurant inspections and more on the VDH Data Portal. www.vdh.virginia.gov/data #NPHW

Today’s NPHW theme: technology and public health. New data; health effects of social media, more. Visit  http://bit.ly/2U7zTHP #NPHW @NPHW

Food should be affordable, nutritious ingredients, no harmful contaminants. NPHW fact sheet:Give everyone a choice of safe, healthy food

Reliable funding for response to health threats & emergencies. Today’s NPHW fact sheet Strengthen public health infrastructure and capacity

 

Friday April 5: Climate Change

Friday,. April 5. National Public Health Week. Climate Change. NPHW 2019 Virginia. Virginia Department of Health. Group of people cleaning up a beach.

Facebook:

Everyone deserves to live a long and healthy life in a safe environment. Where we live, learn, work, worship and play affects each of us and can determine our health and life expectancy. Working together, we can build healthier communities and eventually, the healthiest nation. Today, National Public Health Week focuses on Climate Change. Read more about how you can make a difference. For science. For action. For health.

Climate change is one of the biggest threats to public health. Learn more about how APHA and others are taking action: http://bit.ly/2S0lJuR #NPHW @NPHW

What happens upstream in our environments affects our health downstream. Support policies that protect the air we breathe, both indoors and outdoors, and the clean water we drink. See today’s NPHW fact sheet:  Prepare for the health effects of climate change

Twitter:

Climate change is one of the biggest threats to public health. Learn how APHA and others take action: http://bit.ly/2S0lJuR #NPHW @NPHW

Actions upstream affect health downstream. Protect air and water. Today’s NPHW fact sheet Prepare for the health effects of climate change

 

Banners & Posters

National Public Health Week. Creating the Healthiest Nation: For science. For action. For health. April 1-7, 2019

National Public Health Week. Creating the Healthiest Nation: For science. For action. For health. April 1-7, 2019

 

Creating the healthiest State. For science. For action. For health. National Public Health Week. www.nphw.org an initiative of the american public health association. april 1-7, 2019 #NPHW

National Public Health Week. April 1-7, 2019 #NPHW Creating the Helathiest State. For Science, For Action. For Health.