Making Health A Shared Value
When it comes to building a Culture of Health, we’re all in it together.
Being healthy means more than simply not being sick—it means having a sense of well-being and personal fulfillment. Making Health a Shared Value emphasizes social connectedness and how important it is to recognize the roles that individuals, families, and communities play in improving health for all.
When people prioritize health in personal decision-making and public policy—through a growing sense of community, robust civic engagement, and awareness of how one’s own health affects others—health and well-being can flourish both locally and nationwide.