ODPHP invites organizations that support the Healthy People 2030 vision to become Healthy People 2030 Champions.
Healthy People 2030 Champions are a diverse array of public and private organizations that impact health outcomes at the state, tribal, and local level. This can include governmental and non-governmental organizations, nonprofits, businesses, academic organizations, and philanthropic organizations. These organizations are committed to working toward Healthy People's overarching goals and objectives in their communities or service areas.
If your organization is interested in becoming a Healthy People 2030 Champion, submit a Statement of Interest to HP2030Partners@hhs.gov. ODPHP will review submissions on a rolling basis.
Benefits of becoming a Healthy People 2030 Champion
ODPHP will recognize Champions on the Healthy People 2030 site and provide a digital badge that organizations can use to highlight their support of Healthy People 2030 on their own websites. Champions will also get information, tools, and resources to help them promote the initiative among their networks.
To become a Healthy People 2030 Champion, an organization must:
- Have a demonstrated interest in, understanding of, and experience with disease prevention, health promotion, social determinants of health, health disparities, health equity, or well-being
- Have an organizational or corporate mission that's aligned with the Healthy People 2030 framework or objectives
- Sign a Partnership Agreement and Trademark License with ODPHP that includes details about how the organization supports the Healthy People 2030 vision
For more information about the Healthy People 2030 Champion Program, check out the Federal Register Notice.