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New Report: Socially Connected Communities

By: Risa Wilkerson | March 4th, 2021

This report reframes social isolation as a systemic, rather than individual, problem and offers five recommendations for creating more socially connected communities.

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9.23.21

Planting and nourishing the seeds for change: HCCC teams are excelling at community engagement and spurring multisector partnership gains

Note: This article is cross-posted on APHA’s Healthiest Cities and Counties Challenge Communities4Health blog and Healthy Places by Design’s blog.

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8.18.21

Advancing Equity by Breaking Down Data in Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Populations

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8.11.21

Reflections on the Adventures of Leadership: An Interview with Risa Wilkerson

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7.28.21

Supportive Housing Environments Build Community

Housing environments not only affect health and safety, but also create opportunities for connection with neighbors and community members.

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7.14.21

Robert David on Collaboration versus Partnership

In true collaboration you should feel just as much of the warmth from the sun as any other partner.

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6.23.21

A Model for Successful Engagement and Support through Virtual Connections

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6.16.21

Communities Rising to the Challenge: Coming Together, Reflecting on an Uncertain Year

Note: This article is cross-posted on APHA’s Healthiest Cities and Counties Challenge Communities4Health blog and Healthy Places by Design’s blog.

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5.5.21

Prioritize Social Connections in Transportation Systems

Our transportation system can help to initiate conversations and strengthen social connections. Read our latest blog for three ideas you can use.

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4.22.21

A Fresh Start for Mid 2021 (or New Year’s Resolution for Procrastinators)

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4.16.21

Advancing Equity in Communities: A Conversation with Kitty Hsu Dana

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3.23.21

Design Inclusive Public Spaces to Strengthen Social Connections

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3.10.21

Community Health Workers Are Essential for Equitable, Thriving Communities

CHWs typically share the culture, language, socioeconomic status, and life experiences with the community members they serve.

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