Community Health Education Materials

Are you a community health professional or local organization interested in conducting a safe fish consumption training or outreach campaign in your community?

Community Health Education Materials

The following materials were developed by the DUSRC Community Engagement Core in partnership with the Cape Fear River Watch and other community partners for an educational outreach campaign targeted at subsistence fishermen on the Cape Fear River.

Contact us if you need assistance adapting these materials for your region or have questions about dimensions, paper type, etc. needed for printing.

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Social marketing borrows techniques from traditional commercial marketing campaigns for a social purpose. The approach aims to impact individual behavior by addressing barriers and motivations to behavior change. Social marketing campaigns like “Stop, Check, Enjoy!” are driven by the wants and needs of the public and they aim to change behaviors or ideas for the better.

Fish ID Quick Guide

PowerPoint for Community Health Educators

by Superfund trainee Casey Lindberg

Event Planning 101

“Stop, Check, Enjoy!” Campaign Materials

Cape Fear River Watch Environmental Justice EPA Study


“Eat Safe Fish” materials from Michigan