A just recovery to achieve economic security and health for all
The COVID-19 pandemic both revealed and worsened barriers to health and well-being such as racism, discrimination and disinvestment. As we emerge from the pandemic, we can pursue a just recovery that addresses urgent needs and attends to long-standing harms. The 2022 County Health Rankings National Findings Report examines the issues and opportunities to ensure economic security and health for all through a living wage, fair pay for women, affordable and accessible childcare, and well-resourced, equitably funded schools.
How healthy is your community?
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Explore the factors that influence health
Many factors influence how well and how long we live, from our access to affordable housing or well-paying jobs to opportunities for a good education for our kids. The County Health Rankings model shows us how these factors work together and illustrates where we can take action to improve health and eliminate unjust barriers to opportunity.
Explore the data. Review a strategy. Create change.
Advance a just recovery for economic security and health
Talk to a team member! We're here to help.
Have questions about your county data? Need help finding an evidence-informed strategy? Looking for more information on how to start taking action? CHR&R team members are here to help you navigate the many resources we have available to support you on your journey to create healthy, equitable communities.