CPPW Pinellas Overview

Like most of the nation, two thirds of Pinellas County residents are obese or overweight and the numbers continue to grow. This is a serious public health issue; obesity is now a leading cause of death and chronic disease in America. CPPW Pinellas is tackling that trend by encouraging physical activity and healthy eating with the help of partners throughout the community. The initiative is funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services through the Communities Putting Prevention to Work program.

CPPW Pinellas partners include:

  • BMR Consulting, Inc.
  • City of St. Petersburg
  • City of Tarpon Springs
  • City of Clearwater
  • City of Largo
  • Early Learning Coalition
  • Health and Human Services Coordinating Council
  • Pinellas County
  • Pinellas County Extension
  • Pinellas County Health Department
  • Pinellas County Parks and Conservation Resources
  • Pinellas County Schools
  • PSTA
  • R’Club
  • YMCA of St. Petersburg
  • YMCA of the Suncoast
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