The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is supporting the efforts of small and midsize cities across the nation to develop solutions that effectively leverage local resources and strengths. This feature highlights the importance of understanding smaller cities’ strengths, challenges, and opportunities in achieving health and wellbeing for all.
What Works for Health
A County Health Rankings' tool helping communities identify what policy and system changes may be the best fit to address local health needs.
An online resource helps community leaders see where their city or neighborhood stands on key measures of health, such as obesity, as well as drivers of health, such as housing affordability and graduation rates.
Promoting health equity through public infrastructure is a critical step toward creating communities and regions where all residents may participate in, and benefit from, decisions that shape the places they call home.