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Georgia Healthy Cities

Good health is about where we live and how we go about our days as much as it is about going to doctors and picking up prescriptions.

In 2018, through a generous grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta created the Georgia Healthy Cities project. The Georgia Healthy Cities project exists to help communities better understand how their neighborhoods impact their health—and what local-level changes can help improve their health outcomes.

Our mission is to encourage and support local involvement in public health planning, and we're doing so by bringing together data and resources to create toolkits that communities and policymakers can use to effectively advocate for change.
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