Successful components of effective church-based health promotion programs include volunteers, the use of a model, needs assessment, committee formation, duty delegation, and pastor involvement (Ransdell & Rehling).
What does CBHPP stand for?
CBHPP stands for Church-Based Health Promotion Programs
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African American communities have successfully implemented a number of church-based health promotion programs, ranging from depression and mental illness to nutrition and physical fitness to unwanted pregnancy (Ransdell 1995).