There are many ways to create thriving communities, each fit to its own place and context. In a country as vast and diverse as the U.S., progress requires us to:
- Connect across differences to build trusting relationships
- Create opportunities by transforming systems for all to thrive
- Learn and adapt to navigate the future together
Through it all, we will use our unique strengths to advance well-being and justice in a rapidly changing and fiercely contested world.
Explore our three latest guides, featuring pragmatic tools and actionable resources. Each guide also includes recommendations for engaging through dialogue to find your path from recovery to renewal.
State, territorial, local, and Tribal governments have unprecedented access to investments from the federal government.
The American Recovery Plan Act establishes the Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Fund and the Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund to support local leaders.
We recognize that many health care leaders across the country are shaping the lives and experiences of patients, residents, and employees in equitable, healthy, and positive ways.
We invite you to join us as we build on accomplishments of health care, while also reckoning with the harms and trauma we have caused.
Thriving Campuses helps stakeholders advance a vision for thriving on their campuses and see their role as stewards of a set of vital campus conditions.
This guide offers a starting point for campus stakeholders looking to advance equitable well-being by connecting users with a host of resources and tools for learning and stewarding a culture of caring and belonging.
Engaging through Dialogue
Community engagement processes are critical to ensuring residents and community partners are able to share their ideas and solutions for moving forward.
We are continuing to learn and evolve this page–and want our resources to be useful and pragmatic. Tell us what you are learning and what you need. What would help you on your path to shared stewardship?