Support subsidized asset accumulation programs in which deposits by low and moderate income participants are matched by program sponsors; withdrawals must be used for qualified expenses to retain matching funds
How Healthy is Your Community?
What WorksMaximize your chances of success by choosing policies and programs that have been shown to work in real life and that are a good fit for your community. Our What Works for Health database provides evidence summaries and ratings for policies, programs, and systems changes that can improve health. A sampling of them is included below.
Prevent radon from entering occupied buildings and reduce existing indoor air radon levels via soil depressurization, home or room pressurization, heat recovery ventilation, etc.
Provide child care, parent education, physical health and mental health services, and other family supports to pregnant women and parents with low incomes and children aged 0 to 3
Deliver health care services and support to individuals with mental health concerns via mobile devices using text messaging or mobile applications (apps)
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Register for our next webinar: Policies & Programs to Help Build a Culture of Health
Building Culture of Health involves comprehensive strategies to address the many things that contribute to health, opportunity, and equity in communities.
Join our webinar on Tuesday, January 29 to hear about how local leaders and residents in Vicksburg, MS and Buncombe County, NC -- two communities that have been recognized with a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Culture of Health Prize -- have implemented a broad range of policies and programs to create the conditions for everyone to reach their best possible health.