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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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People living 6 subway stops apart in New York City face a 9-year difference in life expectancy. Where you live should not define how long and how well you live.
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Organizations dedicated to rural social and economic opportunity have a new opportunity to partner with . Learn about the Rural Learning and Coordinating Center and see if your organization would be a good fit.
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Housing cost burden remains higher among renters than owners.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation May 18
Get involved in this work. Apply by 6/6 and help disrupt the cycle of racialized trauma that is occurring in the lives of boys and young men of color.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation May 18
People living 6 subway stops apart in New York City face a 9-year difference in life expectancy. Where you live should not define how long and how well you live.
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Health Progress May 7
Did you know that the cost of health care goes beyond a bill? We also need to consider incidental costs (like child care) and competing costs (like food and housing). Read more in our paper published in
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation May 17
A 2018 Award for Health Equity recipient highlights the importance of placing and healing at the center of African-American communities.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation May 17
It’s important to be informed on the gap your state may face in keeping residents safe and healthy in the face of large-scale public health threats.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation May 16
Using data from , the provides insight into how early childhood experiences influence income over a lifetime.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation May 16
Thank you for your tweet. We encourage you to check out ’s grant explorer to learn about projects in your state.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation May 16
Reductions or cutoffs in SNAP benefits can have real impacts on families. New research available in shows how, and how to prevent them.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation May 15
How can we ensure families regardless of income have all the resources they need to live as healthy as possible? Grants available to research policy approaches to enhance families’ access to income supports!
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation May 1
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Paid family leave leads to healthier babies, financial security for families, and more satisfied employees.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation May 15
$1M available for up to seven projects that partner w/youth-serving systems to offer culturally relevant healing from trauma for .
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Michelle Mello May 6
Thread: Fabulous pieces in about physician-patient conversations about care costs. "We must consider financial burden as one of the many side effects of medical treatment and help prevent it as much as possible." -C. Sloan & .
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation May 14
Economic strain and inadequate access to medical care in rural and remote places directly affect one’s ability to stay healthy. Register for a livestream of our symposium to hear experts from across the nation discuss how to advance solutions.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation May 14
It’s no surprise that Big Cities like New York, Boston, and Los Angeles have high housing costs. It’s important to look deeper, though, to understand that these cities are not alone.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation May 14
Does your organization work with rural communities to promote ? has announced funding for a Rural Learning and Coordinating Center that will identify policy and systems solutions to support change in rural places.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation May 14
The static map seen here depicts avg household income, just one of many factors you can visualize with . The data is openly available for use to inform localized approaches to bridge the opportunity gap.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation May 13
Newark is one of eight communities that partnered with to uncover ways to replace policies that have driven inequities with new policies that close health gaps and improve health and well-being for all community members.
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