Evidence-Based Health Promotion Programs for Older Adults: Key Factors and Strategies Contributing to Program Sustainability
Shortcut Navigation:
Change Text Size: A A A

In Partnership With:

Million Hearts® is an initiative to prevent 1 million heart attacks and strokes. Learn more about Million Hearts®.

Evidence-Based Health Promotion Programs for Older Adults: Key Factors and Strategies Contributing to Program Sustainability

SHARE: 
Print

This brief serves to provide a framework for program sustainability. Despite the positive outcomes associated with evidence-based programs, states and local partners often find it difficult to sustain these programs after the initial grant period due to limited resources in a challenging economic environment. Policymakers and funders are increasingly concerned with allocating scarce resources effectively and efficiently. While many of the examples are based on the experiences of state units on aging and public health departments, the overarching themes are certainly applicable to community-based organizations.

Download

Sign Up

We'll send you our Center for Healthy Aging Enews and Falls FreeĀ© Enews each month.

   Please leave this field empty


Online workshops for people
with chronic conditions

Nearly half of all adults live with a chronic condition such as arthritis or diabetes. Our online workshops teach them self-management tips.
Offer a workshop in your area

Online Training

 

Introduction to Health Promotion Programs for Older Adults
Take our interactive training modules on evidence-based health promotion for older adults.