CHSI builds health profiles based on social indicators and physical environment. The CHSI indicators allow users to compare demographically similar population and help to create healthy lifestyles.
The YMCA of the USA aims to bring meaningful change in individuals and communities by nurturing the potential children and teenagers, improving health and wellbeing, and supporting neighbors.
National Association of County and City Health Offices (NACCHO) focuses on improving the public health and supporting for change for local health departments.
American Forests is a nonprofit that dedicates to protecting and expanding American's Forests.
PLAN4Health supports communities to build coalitions and focuses on nutrition and physical activity. Coalitions are working to achieve health equity through policies.
The Air Quality Index (AQI) provides air quality data that has been translated into numbers and colors that help people understand how clean or polluted your outdoor air is.
The Built Environment and Public Health Clearinghouse provides resources and news related to community design and health.
Community Commons Website provides maps, data, and tools for people to explore community health.
The Growing Food Connections Website not only contains essential food systems reader, which is a collection of published resources related to community food production, community food security, and community food connections, but also includes local government food policy database provided a collection of local policies that support community food systems.
The objective of the Active Living Research is to work with governments and the private sector to build activity-friendly communities.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is working to expand health coverage to creating healthy communities and to help everyone in America have an equal opportunity to live a healthy life.
The AARP Livability Index defines the meaning of livability and rates the livability of any neighborhood.
The AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities was launched in 2012 and operates under the World Health Organization's Age-Friendly Cities and Community Program. The website includes introduction of the program, steps of implementation of the project.
The CNU Health Districts Project website includes introduction of the project and a link for additional resources such as academic research, books, and articles.
Research, reports, and toolkit that emphasize connections between the design of our built environments and health have been released by ULI.
The ASLA – Healthy and Livable Communities website provides resources, projects, research, and organization for public health and community design.
AIA – Design and Health website introduces resources for design & health for promoting human health through design.
The Star Rating System website includes the introduction of the rating system, provides framework for communities to follow, and offers latest news.
The Planning and Community Health Center website provides featured projects and news.
The Healthy Homes website includes resources such as publications, tools and training.
The CDC - Transportation & Health contains recommendations for improving health through transportation policy, and a link for transportation health impact assessment toolkit.
The Built Environment Assessment Tool website includes the definition of built environment, the introduction of the tool and tool manual.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention website provides resources, news, and links for health planning tools.