FPRC > CBPM Program Development

VERB Summer Scorecard

Since 2003, USF faculty have worked with a coalition of over 55 organizations, concerned parents, and high school students in Lexington, Kentucky to design and implement interventions to prevent obesity among “tweens” (youth 9 -13 years of age)...Read More




Sarasota County Youth Fitness Program

The Sarasota County Youth Obesity Project is a mirror the Kentucky Tween Project in many ways. The FPRC is working with a coalition of more than 60 groups and individuals that focus at least in part on chronic disease, diabetes, obesity, nutrition, physical activity, or youth....Read More



Lexington Tween Nutrition and Fitness

This project is based in Lexington, Kentucky where a coalition of over 55 organizations, concerned parents, and high school students are applying community-based prevention marketing (CBPM) to design and implement an intervention to prevent obesity among tweens ( 9 – 13 years of age)....Read More



Partnership for Citrus Worker Health

This project is based in Immokalee Florida, where our community partner, the Farmworker Association of Florida has helped organize local citrus workers to use CBPM to address health and safety issues in the orange groves....Read More


Believe in All Your Possibilities

This project is a joint effort between USF, the Sarasota County Health Department, and a community board representing 35 organizations and citizens "at-large" to prevent the initiation of smoking and alcohol consumption among middle school students....Read More

The College of Public Health at the University of South Florida is the parent organization for the Florida Prevention Research Center and is
supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cooperative agreement number 1-U48-DP-000062.