Join us for a discussion of how local health departments (LHDs) are working with community stakeholders to build partnerships around the social determinants of health (SDOH) and Healthy People 2030!
Healthy People 2030 partners and communities nationwide are striving to improve health in ways that help us move toward achieving Healthy People goals and objectives. Because of their efforts, Healthy People has a profound impact on the health and well-being of the nation.
Healthy People Partnership Stories highlight the work of Healthy People’s official partners. These stories show how our partners are working across sectors to achieve health equity and our vision of a society in which all people can achieve their full potential for health and well-being across the lifespan.
Healthy People Community Stories demonstrate how communities across the country are working to address specific Healthy People 2030 topics and objectives. These communities are putting evidence-based strategies for improving health into practice or using rigorous evaluations of promising practices.
News and Events
Healthy People News and Events posts feature webinars, events, and announcements. These posts provide information about the Healthy People 2030 initiative — like information about Healthy People objectives and data, Leading Health Indicators, social determinants of health, and how to use Healthy People in your work.
Latest Healthy People in Action posts
Healthy People 2030 SDOH Partner Webinar
Wyandotte County Makes Creative Connections in Move Your Way® Community Campaign
In 2020, ODPHP worked with 8 pilot communities to implement the Move Your Way® campaign on the local level, using the Move Your Way Community Playbook. This installment highlights successful online campaign strategies that BikeWalkKC used to promote physical activity in Kansas City, Kansas, and across all of Wyandotte County.
Big Cities Health Coalition and Healthy People: Making Data Accessible to Urban Health Departments
The Big Cities Health Coalition (BCHC) formed in 2002 with the goal of giving large urban health departments a forum to share strategies and best practices. Its mission is “advancing equity and health for present and future generations.” BCHC is a close collaborator of the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO), an organization previously highlighted in the Healthy People in Action series.