Welcome! Please check back with us frequently – we look forward to sharing resources with you each quarter that can help you learn about our short-term and long-term program strategies in greater detail. We will also share other general Strong Communities program-related topics of interest. Additionally, we invite you to share resources with us that align with our Strong Communities area. Links to suggested resources can be emailed to Nelson Beckford, Senior Program Officer for A Strong Neighborhood at email@example.com.
Public health researchers and practitioners increasingly recognize that social, economic, and environmental conditions in communities and settings where people live, work, and play powerfully shape health.the fact that these kinds of conditions are often systematically poorer in communities of color is a major determinant of racial and ethnic health inequities.
Since its inception in 1975, Public Agenda has been working around the country to create the conditions for greater community engagement with public life and a more citizen-centered approach to politics. In this document we offer a brief summary of the essential elements of our evolving approach to this work.
Over the past decade or so, there has been a significant renewed emphasis on community-based approaches to promoting social change and economic development, delivering services, and addressing the needs of people in poverty.
Health Impact Assessment (HIA) is an important tool for understanding the health implications of proposed policies, plans, or projects on communities.
For 40 years, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has worked to improve health and health care for all Americans.
Healthy community design is planning and designing communities that make it easier for people to live healthy lives. Healthy community design offers important benefits.
If you have questions about this program area or would like more information, call or email Nelson Beckford today.
(216) 431-8010 | firstname.lastname@example.org
We considered how Saint Luke’s Foundation could best use its resources, networks and position to have measurable impact in this community. Our refined approach for our Strong Communities program strategy sets a clear, mission-aligned direction for short-term and long-term outcomes to improve and transform the heath and well-being of individuals, families and communities.
(3.7.17) Last week, the Family Strengthening Community of Practice met for the second time to share information and build connections with one another as they worked to enhance their collective efforts to support and strengthen families. The group had an opportunity to connect with colleagues across 14 local organizations, share their thoughts about key family […]