Allina Health Neighborhood Health Connection

The Neighborhood Health Connection program is an Allina Health initiative to increase social connections and healthy behaviors across the state. The evaluation looked at the impact of the program on grantees and participants.


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Findings from the 2016 Neighborhood Health Connection Grant Program Evaluation Survey, Full ReportEvaluationMay 2017Nick Stuber
2016 Evaluation SummaryEvaluationApril 2017Nick Stuber
Findings from the 2015 Healthy Activity Grant Program Follow-up Evaluation Survey, Full ReportEvaluationOctober 2016Nick Stuber
2015 Six-Month Follow-up Survey Evaluation SummaryEvaluationOctober 2016Nick Stuber
Findings from the 2014 Healthy Activity Grant Program Follow-up Evaluation Survey, Full ReportEvaluationDecember 2015Nick Stuber
2014 Healthy Activity Grant Follow-up Survey Evaluation SummaryEvaluationNovember 2015Nick Stuber
Findings from the 2014 Healthy Activity Grant Program Evaluation, Full ReportEvaluationMay 2015Nick Stuber
2014 Healthy Actvity Grant Evaluation SummaryEvaluationMay 2015Nick Stuber
Findings from the 2013 Healthy Activity Grant Program Evaluation, Executive SummaryEvaluationMarch 2014Melanie Ferris, Nick Stuber
Findings from the 2013 Healthy Activity Grant Program Evaluation, Full ReportEvaluationMarch 2014Melanie Ferris, Nick Stuber
Findings from the 2013 Healthy Activity Grant Program Evaluation, SummaryEvaluationMarch 2014Melanie Ferris, Nick Stuber

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