The 6-step model for community empowerment: revisited in public housing communities for low-income senior citizens.

@article{Yoo2009The6M,
  title={The 6-step model for community empowerment: revisited in public housing communities for low-income senior citizens.},
  author={Seunghyun Yoo and James N. Butler and Thistle I Elias and Robert Goodman},
  journal={Health promotion practice},
  year={2009},
  volume={10 2},
  pages={262-75}
}
The 6-step community empowerment model was replicated in communities with different geographical, racial, and age backgrounds from the original application. Resident groups of Blue Ribbon Health Panels (BRHPs) in federally funded senior housing in Pennsylvania followed the 6 steps to identify community health issues, to develop strategies to address priority issues, and to implement the strategies in collaboration with partner agencies. The 6-step model served as an operationalization strategy… CONTINUE READING

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