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What We Do
The mission of the Prevention Research Center at Case Western Reserve University is to foster partnerships within urban neighborhoods to develop, test, and implement effective, scalable, and sustainable strategies to prevent and reduce the burden of chronic disease.
 
Our projects reflect this mission through their involvement of neighborhood residents, leaders, and community organizations with the goal of addressing significant environmental and lifestyle issues that serve as barriers to good health. Click on the links in the graphic below for in-depth information on our many projects.
 
Click on the link below to download a retrospective of the PRCHN's first five years as part of the CDC's Prevention Research Center Network: 
Community Nutrition & Food Policy Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Supportive Environments for Physical Activity
Place-based local surveillance Community-clinical linkages Training & Mentoring
Community Engagement Special Interest Project (SIP) Grants Community initiatives