Catalysts for Action Toward Community Health (CATCH)
Funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

The goal of this project was to promote broad-based community health improvement in underserved communities in Wisconsin, through a low-cost health communication intervention.

The objectives of the project were to:

In discussions with public health officials and communications specialists about the Wisconsin County Health Rankings, we asked two questions:

To answer these questions, we received a two-year competitive grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) to learn effective methods of stimulating local discussion and engagement in community health improvement efforts.

Our findings from this project are now available in our Final Report

Project Leaders: Pat Remington and Bridget Booske Catlin