About Advancing Resilient, Inclusive, and Healthy Communities

As an extension of the Building Resilient Inclusive Communities (BRIC) and State Partnerships Improving Nutrition and Equity (SPINE) programs, the Center for Advancing Healthy Communities is proud to provide ongoing training and technical assistance to all states and territories around advancing food and nutrition security, access to safe physical activity opportunities, social connectedness, and health equity. The frequency and mode of technical assistance will vary, however, the goal remains the same – to grow knowledge, leadership, and capacity to collectively foster healthy communities for all by advancing health equity and eliminating social barriers to health. 

Learn more about the Center for Advancing Healthy Communities

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Upcoming Learning Opportunities

March 27, 2024, 3-4 p.m. ET
Promoting, Implementing, and Sustaining Strategies that Support Healthy Weight
Join this learning opportunity for a fireside chat with state public health leaders to hear their perspectives and learn about their equitable approaches related to promoting healthy weight in their state. REGISTER

April 25, 2024, 3-4 p.m. ET (NACDD General Member Webinar)
Strategies to Prioritize Social Connectedness through Policy, Systems and Environmental Change
This webinar will explore how public health practitioners can integrate the recommendations in The US Surgeon General’s Advisory on the Healing Affects of Social Connection and Community, specifically policy, systems, and environmental change approaches, into current chronic disease prevention work and cross-sector partnerships.

May 29, 2024, 33-4 p.m. ET
Peer-to-Peer Learning Opportunity to Explore the Integration of Social Isolation and Loneliness into Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Work

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