Economic stability is having the necessary financial resources to live a healthy life. This is impacted by income, cost of living, and socioeconomic status. The resource types below address economic challenges.
Affordable, Healthy Food
EDUCATION ACCESS & QUALITY
Education can create opportunities that enhance overall wellbeing and improve a person’s access to quality healthcare. The resource types below support access to education and literacy services.
Language and Literacy
NEIGHBORHOOD & BUILT ENVIRONMENT
A person’s environment can play an important role in their health. Living in a safe, accessible neighborhood with clean air and outdoor recreational spaces can result in better health outcomes for community members. The resource types below address transportation as well as recreational and environmental needs.
HEALTH CARE ACCESS & QUALITY
Having access to adequate healthcare services can improve a person’s health outcomes and quality of life. This includes preventive services, chronic disease management, as well as emergency treatment when needed. The resource types below address healthcare needs.
Emergency Health Care
- Urgent Care
Preventative Health Care
- Primary Care
- Women’s Health
- Behavioral Health
- Addiction Services and Support
SOCIAL & COMMUNITY CONTEXT
There are connections between a person’s social environments and their health and wellbeing outcomes. The resource types below address needs related to community ties and social opportunities.
- Community Centers
- Youth Programs
- Senior Programs