2017 County Health Rankings Released
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin’s Population Health Institute release the eighth annual County Health Rankings, which illustrates how where we live matters to our health. The annual County Health Rankings allow each state to see how its counties compare on more than 30 factors that impact health and that communities can act upon, including income, education, transportation, housing, community safety and jobs. New for 2017, are key findings regarding disconnected youth.
View the 2017 Rankings, browse evidence-based action guides for communities, and connect with a County Health Rankings and Roadmaps Community Coach here
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