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Access to Healthy Food Combats Older Adult Malnutrition

Up to 1-in-2 older adults is at risk for malnutrition. Creating healthy food access can combat this.

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Can federal housing policy influence healthy behaviors?

Non-senior adults receiving federal housing assistance are more physically active than similar unassisted adults.

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New Resource Hot off the Press: “Partnerships for Health Equity and Opportunity: A Healthcare Playbook for Community Developers”

This playbook guides community developers toward partnerships with hospitals and healthcare systems. Gain practical advice on navigating the vast healthcare ecosystem with your organizational assets in mind. Create your roadmap for partnership!

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What Does It Take to Create a Community Investment Ecosystem? Insights from San Bernardino

In San Bernardino, CA, Dignity Health is helping spark partnerships and accelerate public-private collaborations to ensure that all residents have access to the resources they need for a healthy life.

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Fast Fact: For the first time in U.S. history, older adults are projected to outnumber children by 2035.

Capital Impact Partners and West Health explain how coordinated services can create age-friendly communities that support older adults.

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Fast Fact: More than half of older adults 75+ live alone, increasing their risk for social isolation and negative health outcomes.

More than half of older adults 75+ live alone, increasing their risk for social isolation and negative health outcomes.

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Connecting RWJF’s Culture of Health Measures and the Network’s Principles for Building Healthy and Prosperous Communities

The Culture of Health Measures elevate important aspects of the Network Principles and share a charge to inspire actions from different sectors that will lead to improvements across communities.

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Network Commons: Three national leaders share how they got into the partnership game

At our Network Commons live discussion on June 12, 2018, three national leaders discussed how they partner across sectors to create neighborhood-level health and well-being.

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