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Recap of the highs and lows of the 2019 budget session.
The following examples provide highlights of funders from Indiana and around the country that are addressing opioid and tobacco use in their communities in a variety of ways. While this is by no means a comprehensive list of funding initiatives, it does represent a range the way in which different types of funders have supported strategies to reduce opioid and tobacco use.
In addition to promoting physical and mental health, walkability supports independence for people of all ages and abilities. This brief provides Indiana funders with basic information about walkability and suggestions on how to improve walkability in their communities.
Learn how community foundations are taking a leading role in addressing serious public health challenges.
Traditional home design practices have built barriers to aging in place into much of our housing supply. These structural barriers prevent older adults, as well as people of any age who have disabilities, from leading independent lives; visiting friends, relatives, and neighbors; and participating fully in their communities. This brief explores two approaches to design that incorporate accessibility features.
Listing of Indiana Health Coalitions with contact information as of 9/1/16.
These tables provide a list of potential responses to tobacco use and the opioid crisis that funders may use in their communities. Funding levels are approximate and will vary based on factors such as geographic coverage or program scope.
Katelin Ryan, Director of Program Evaluation at the Indiana Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Commission, talks about what works in tobacco prevention and cessation and potential roles for philanthropy.