How much stronger could our communities be if all of our children attended high quality schools, if
everyone earned enough money to afford essentials, and if we all felt connected to our communities,
regardless of where we live, the circumstances we are born into, or the color of our skin? When we work together to improve education, employment, income, and family and social support – the social and economic factors that influence our communities – we can improve the health of all who live, learn, work, and play there.
Download the MATCH group’s What Works for Health in Wisconsin? Social and Economic Strategies to Improve Health and Equity here.