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California Wellness Foundation

A healthy neighborhood includes clean air, safe drinking water, access to healthy food, and parks and other spaces for community gatherings and recreation. But people in underserved communities often live, work, and play in unhealthy environments. Cal Wellness seeks to ensure that community residents are engaged in civic life so that effective systems, infrastructures and resources are in place in low-income communities to address long-standing inequities in the distribution of resources and assets. While there are many other elements that go into creating a healthy neighborhood, the issues Cal Wellness has chosen to prioritize are environmental justice, equitable access to healthy food, and park equity for low-income communities.


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