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Missouri’s Public Health Response to COVID

The publication details research that is relevant to strengthening local public health agencies’ and the state’s capacities to respond to future public health crises.

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COVID-19 Community Response: Emerging Themes Across Sentinel Communities

A COVID-19 Synthesis Report, released in July 2021, summarizes the yearlong path that nine of these communities traveled with respect to COVID-19 vaccination, health and well-being, economic recovery, equitable housing, and in-person schooling.

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Public Health Pathways to Preventing Violence

The Community Safety Realized report, developed by the Big Cities Health Coalition and the Prevention Institute, describes how the science and practice of public health and the values of equity and justice can shape a community-driven, multisector approach to safety.

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Public Private Partnerships to Strengthen the Public Health Infrastructure

How strong is your organization’s relationship with local health departments in the communities you serve? Do you view governmental public health as an essential partner? How can you best increase and improve support for state and local public health departments? What types of investments are most likely to yield transformative change? As the future of public health hangs in the balance, philanthropic organizations must renew their commitment to governmental public health agencies and reimagine strategies for strengthening these partnerships.

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Missouri’s Public Health Response to COVID

The publication details research that is relevant to strengthening local public health agencies’ and the state’s capacities to respond to future public health crises.

Read More →

COVID-19 Community Response: Emerging Themes Across Sentinel Communities

A COVID-19 Synthesis Report, released in July 2021, summarizes the yearlong path that nine of these communities traveled with respect to COVID-19 vaccination, health and well-being, economic recovery, equitable housing, and in-person schooling.

Read More →
community safety realized report cover

Public Health Pathways to Preventing Violence

The Community Safety Realized report, developed by the Big Cities Health Coalition and the Prevention Institute, describes how the science and practice of public health and the values of equity and justice can shape a community-driven, multisector approach to safety.

Read More →

The Impact of Chronic Underfunding on America’s Public Health System

Trust for America’s Health has released its annual report examining federal, state and local public health funding trends and recommending investments and policy actions to build a stronger public health system, prioritize prevention, and address the ways in which social and economic inequities create barriers to good health.

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Requests for Proposals

New York State Health Foundation: April 2021

Funding is available: Sponsoring Conference Participation in Support of Healthy Food, Healthy Lives; Consumer Empowerment; and Veterans’ Health.

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Requests for Proposals

Montana Healthcare Foundation: April 2021

The call for proposals funds projects that fall within three broad focus areas: Partnerships for Better Health, American Indian Health, and Behavioral Health. To be considered, projects from eligible organizations must meet our selection criteria.

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Funding Opportunities to Reduce Violence

The Alliance for Safety and Justice, a crime prevention and victim support organization, released a report detailing the grant opportunities for community-focused safety and violence prevention as a result of the $1.9 trillion stimulus and COVID-19 relief bill.

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New Campaign Seeks to Address Black Communities’ Concerns About COVID-19 Vaccines

Black people are much more likely than other Americans to contract, be hospitalized for, and die from COVID-19. A new campaign, THE CONVERSATION: Between Us, About Us, is aiming to bridge the information gap between Black communities and trusted health experts.

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