Communities have the resources to address the problems they face; they just need to approach those problems in a different way.
Only by finding a new narrative that embraces the whole, rather than the parts, can we build the health-creating systems we need.
A new report examines the relationship between place and race, and disconnected youth in the United States.
How funders can best support place-based initiatives.
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Imagining a healthier future doesn’t start with how to pay for it. Communities must first develop a shared view of what a healthier life could be.
Including community members in decisions about evaluation can improve the community’s capacity to effectively manage and control change.
Four ways to improve community evaluation so that it helps build, rather than erode, social progress.
Three principles for solving complex, systemic problems like improving community health.
Solutions to social problems are often hidden in the most obvious places, masquerading as problems.