Research :: Investing in Adolescent Health: A Social Imperative for California’s Future

California’s first statewide strategic plan for adolescent health was jointly released by NAHIC and the California Adolescent Health Collaborative. The 100-page Plan represents 18 months of intensive investigation, research and deliberation by leading organizations dedicated to the welfare of youth. The Plan outlines a spectrum of short and long-term strategies to ensure the health of tomorrow’s workforce, parents, and leaders. The document is available in both an Executive Summary and Full Report format.

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DATE POSTED

February 6, 2001

AUTHOR(S)

Serena Clayton, Claire Brindis, Jill Hamor, Hannah Raiden-Wright, & Claire Fong

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2001 Strategic Plan (Summary)
2001 Strategic Plan (Full)

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