Prevention Report Cards

The Prevention Report Card grades North Carolina on how well it supports residents in being healthy. The Report Card monitors NCs' successes in prevention, and shines a spotlight on those areas that need more attention and investment. Grades are based on how easy it is for North Carolinians to quit tobacco, eat healthy, and get more physical activity.


The 2012 Prevention Report Card is the first in a series of 5 report cards that Prevention Partners will publish every two years over the next decade to measure North Carolina’s progress in prevention and health toward 2020 goals. 

 

Click here to see the
2012 Prevention Report Card

2012 Report Card Media Release

See all the North Carolina Prevention Report Cards:

2010 Report Card
2009 Report Card Update
2008 Report Card
2005 Report Card
2002 Report Card
2000 Report Card

To order copies of the 2012 NC Prevention Report Card, contact Kinga Rapacz at
kinga@forprevention.org or by phone at (919) 904-7601.

 

2010 Local Report Cards:



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