The purpose of the Roadmaps Action Acceleration and Collaborative Learning support and funding is to advance a Culture of Health through targeted activities and leveraged resources that help communities make effective and lasting change. The Action Acceleration and Collaborative Learning components build from previous or current Roadmaps to Health Action Center coaching. The Action Acceleration funding pathway supports the advancement of local action within a community. The Collaborative Learning funding pathway supports mutually beneficial learning exchanges across communities that lead to local action or impact.
Part of the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps program, Roadmaps Action Acceleration and Collaborative Learning is a collaboration between Active Living By Design, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.
Geographic Area of Focus: National
Funding Partner: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation