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Active for Life - Increasing Physical Activity Levels in Adults Age 50 and Older!
About the Program


Active Living Network Active Living Programs

Active Living is a way of life that integrates physical activity into daily routines. The Active Living Programs promote active communities – places where people can integrate physical activity into their daily routines.

The Active Living Programs are designed for professionals, advocates of health and physical activity, and anyone interested in promoting safe, active and healthy lifestyles.

The mission of the programs is to promote active, healthy environments by creating a national coalition of professional leaders who have a stake in the health impacts of how places are designed and built.

Active for Life is one of six programs in the Active Living Programs supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation that collaborates with more than 45 organizations concerned with physical activity and environments that support activity.

For more information, go to www.activeliving.org or download the Active Living Brochure - an introduction to the concepts and programs associated with the Active Living Programs.

Meet Our PartnersNPO Contact Info

Address:
SRPH Building
1266 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843

Phone: 979-458-4202
Fax: 979-458-4264

Active for Life National Program Office | SRPH Building | 1266 TAMU | College Station, TX 77843-1266
Phone: 979-458-4202 | Fax: 979-458-4264 | Email: activeforlife@srph.tamhsc.edu