Tools & Resources

524 Resources
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Building Your Partnership's Capacity for Change

This guide (from CHR&R) provides tools and ideas that help you assess your partnership's strengths and capacity needs, and explore how to further maximize your existing network and build connections with those who believe in your mission and want to invest in your community.
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Action Learning Guide: Getting Started with Policy Change

This Action Learning Guide provides a blend of guidance, tools, and hands-on activities to help you get started with policy change and ensure your efforts are grounded in equity. All CHR&R Action Learning Guides can be used by individuals, groups, and coalitions.
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County Health Rankings & Roadmaps Overview

This two-page overview brochure describes the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps program as well as the RWJF Culture of Health Prize. It can be found in For the Media.
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101 Presentation

The County Health Rankings & Roadmaps 101 presentation with speaker notes provides an overview of why we rank, what we rank, and how to use the County Health Roadmaps tools and resources to take action in your community. 
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Mortality and Life Expectancy Calculator

This tool was developed by County Health Rankings & Roadmaps as a way to allow users to more actively engage with their own data. The goals of this tool are to give users an easy-to-use template for calculating the same mortality metrics we use on our website, and to give advanced users a template for how to complete the background calculations needed for life expectancy.
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Digging Deeper - 2019 Rankings Measures

This resource offers an assessment of the availability of subgroup data for specific demographic groups or for geographic areas smaller than counties for ranked and additional measures.
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Worksheet: Getting Started With Policy

This worksheet is a companion to the Getting Started With Policy Action Learning Guide. Consider the worksheet a place to track your progress through the guide and to reflect on your own community’s experience with the topic.