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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation works alongside others to build a that provides everyone in America a fair and just opportunity for health.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 13
It's important to recognize the role that fathers can play in supporting their kids’ health. Even more important? The work that must be done to overcome the barriers that prevent their participation.
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Join us in helping to increase the ability of residents to create change in the South and Midwest. Approaching Deadline: 8/29.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 17
Everyone should have the opportunity to be healthy, but significant gaps persist by place and by race. Let's address what stands in the way of good health. Find your County Health Ranking at
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 14
Congratulations to the finalists for the 2019 Sports Award, an honor recognizing professional teams, individuals and organizations that strengthen and serve communities through sport.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 16
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Up to 10 winning communities will receive a $25,000 prize, strategic communications guidance and support, and join a national network of former Prize winners.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 16
There’s more to good health than health care. It’s also determined by where you live. Along with and , we've created a road map to healthy equity in New Jersey.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 16
People living in Arlington County could live 8 years longer than people living in a neighborhood of District of Columbia, just a few miles away.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 15
Learn about the rich history and collaborative spirit of Eatonville, a town that truly earned its moniker "The town that Freedom built."
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 15
Researchers, we invite you to apply for funding to study how health, social services, and other systems can better integrate so everyone has a fair chance at better health.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 14
Congratulations to the finalists for the 2019 Sports Award, an honor recognizing professional teams, individuals and organizations that strengthen and serve communities through sport.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 14
Today we have deep insights on how to pinpoint and address inequalities affecting people’s opportunity for health.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 13
It's important to recognize the role that fathers can play in supporting their kids’ health. Even more important? The work that must be done to overcome the barriers that prevent their participation.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 12
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Applicants submit an essay to introduce the community and showcase 4 accomplishments—specific policies, programs, or strategies—that best reflect how they harness the collective power of leaders, partners, and community members to achieve better health for all.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 12
Let's support and engage communities in the South and Midwest who are harmed most by tobacco. Funding available to help increase residents' ability to advocate for stronger tobacco-control and prevention policies.
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Karabi Acharya Jul 30
How do our governments define and pursue progress? What if we focused on people’s overall well-being, not just on the economy? See what is learning globally and how that can help us build a in the United States.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 11
Institutional prejudice, foreclosures, and other unjust challenges contributed to black farmers in Alabama losing land at a 33% higher rate than white farms in the 20th century. Our Annual Message introduces a few families to get to know in Boligee.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 10
Life expectancy can differ by as much as 16 years in the 9 miles that separate The Strip from Southeast Las Vegas.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 9
After a Copenhagen trip, @alonozoplough and colleagues were prompted to dive deeper into what well-being means.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 9
The Culture of Health Prize recognizes communities working at the forefront of advancing health, opportunity, and equity for all. Each winner’s story reflects the work of an entire community— not just one person or organization.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Aug 7
If your beat is housing, politics, public safety, or education, your beat is health! attendees are invited to join for a journalist’s’ workshop Friday at 10am ET.
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