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California Accountable Communities for Health Initiative (CACHI)

“The California Accountable Communities for Health Initiative (CACHI) is a public-private partnership established to realize a more forward-looking approach to building a healthier California.”


California Accountable Communities for Health Initiative

Building a Culture of Health

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the RAND Corporation developed the “Culture of Health Action Framework [that] sets a national agenda to improve health, equity and well-being. Informed by rigorous research on the multiple factors which affect health, it recognizes there are many ways to build a Culture of Health, and provides numerous entry points for all types of organizations to get involved.”


Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

BUILD Health Challenge

“The Build Health Challenge is contributing to the creation of a new norm in the US, one that puts multi-sector community partnerships at the foundation of improving health for everyone.” Be sure to take a look at the following collaboration resources on their website: Getting BUILD Ready: Tools for Moving Resources, Attention, and Action Upstream to Drive Sustainable Improvements in Community Health; Learning Series: Keys to Collaboration Report; and Learning Series: Data Sharing within Cross-Sector Collaboration.


Colorado Health Foundation, de Beaumont Foundation, Kresge Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the Advisory Board Company

Action Collaborative on Business Engagement in Building Healthy Communities

“Building on the momentum of previous roundtable workshops on business engagement in building health communities and applying a health lens to business practices, policies, and investments, this collaborative will promote business engagement in strategies for improving population health with an attention to the health and economic well-being of companies, workers, and communities, whether small, medium, or large.”


The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

Housing First

“Housing First programs address chronic homelessness by providing rapid access to permanent housing, without a pre-condition of treatment, along with ongoing support services such as crisis intervention, needs assessment, and case management. A form of permanent supportive housing, the program usually serves individuals who are chronically homeless and have persistent mental illness or problems with substance abuse and addiction. This webpage lists the beneficial outcomes of Housing First, as well as information on evidence of effectiveness and resources on implementation.”


County Health Rankings & Roadmaps