12/01/2013 | The Star-LedgerRead the article
RWJF In the News
11/20/2013 | The Star-Ledger
RWJF awarded $1.1 million in grants to improve patient care and address the shortage of doctors and nurses in the garden state.
11/15/2013 | SunSentinel
The Green House Project allows frail elders to avoid hospital-like settings and instead, embrace home-like environments that offer privacy and independence, aiming to make long-term care more effective.Read the article
11/05/2013 | HUD USER.org
Maps released by the RWJF Commission to Build a Healthier America illustrate life expectancy in relation to common landmarks such as subway stops and highway exits.Read the article
11/05/2013 | Albuquerque Business First Blog
Retail clinics could save up to $500 million per year in health care costs if nurse practitioners (NPs) who staff them are allowed to practice independently.Read the blog post
11/04/2013 | NewYorkJets.com
The NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee and RWJF announced a $1.5 million grant to provide youth serving agencies with grants to make facilities repairs and replace equipment that had been damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.
10/30/2013 | The New York Times Opinion Pages
The RWJF-funded Child First program works in partnership with community-based agencies to bring mental health professionals into the home.Read the commentary
10/30/2013 | CureViolence.com
Cure Violence is a national public health strategy that uses a public health model to reduce gun violence.Read the blog post
10/29/2013 | The Star-Ledger
School activities and support of the community help families manage emotional repercussions of Hurricane Sandy.Read the article
10/23/2013 | The Atlantic
An RWJF study finds that 77 percent of school principals engage in the practice of taking recess away from students as a punishment for minor infractions.Read the article
At RWJF, building a Culture of Health means working as an ally to make getting healthy and staying healthy a vital part of American culture. It means spotlighting places where the seeds of healthy actions are being planted and working alongside people across the country to turn small victories into a national movement.