The Alaska Alliance for Healthy Kids Strategic Plan has four priorities to improve the six key outcome indicators.
Priority 1 : Promote comprehensive, high quality physical and health education (K-12) for Alaska students.
Priority 2 : Promote adoption and integration of evidence-based or consensus guidelines for prevention, screening, diagnosis, and treatment of overweight and obesity from pregnancy through adolescence by primary healthcare providers.
Priority 3 : Improve access to healthy choices and healthy environments for parents and children, to increase healthy eating, physical activity, and breastfeeding.
Priority 4 : Maintain a comprehensive public education and communications effort that uses a social marketing approach to promote physical activity and other health messages for children and their families.
This priority is not a standalone activity, but a way to make positive change by promoting healthy schools, healthcare and communities through social marketing. The Alaska Alliance for Healthy Kids supports Play Every Day, a social marketing campaign produced by the Alaska Obesity Prevention and Control Program and Healthy Futures.