Put Us on the Map Challenge
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City Health Dashboard
The Put Us on the Map Challenge is an opportunity for
cities with populations less than 50,000 people to get no
cost access to over 30 metrics on health, its drivers,
and health equity on the City Health Dashboard.
Benefits of joining the dashboard include:
- Access to the city's data on the City Health
Dashboard, initially including metrics such as
- Binge drinking
- Children in poverty
- Limited access to healthy foods
- Dental care
- Rent burden
- Broadband connection
- Cities will be able to use all the features of the
- Support from the City Health Dashboard team to help
understand and leverage the data
- A featured blog or Impact Story on the Dashboard,
highlighting how health data makes a difference
Eligible applicants include U.S. municipalities,
including cities, towns, townships, boroughs, and
villages with populations 3,000 to 50,000. Individuals or
teams represented by community members, policymakers,
city government leaders and staff, students/student
groups, teachers, and others are encouraged to apply.
Partnerships showing existing cross-sector collaboration
Amount of funding
This is a technical assistance opportunity.
Health conditions · Healthcare needs and services · Public health · Statistics and data
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