The annual 2022 County Health Rankings have been released with new measures, evidence-informed strategies, and guidance on achieving a just recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic with economic security and health for all. For more than a decade, County Health Rankings & Roadmaps' (CHR&R) actionable data, evidence, guidance, and stories have broadened the nation’s understanding of the wide range of factors – education, income, housing, and more – that shape health. The pandemic revealed and worsened existing barriers to health and well-being such as racism, discrimination, and disinvestment. This year's release focuses on a recovery that builds toward a healthier, just, and more inclusive future. Click here for the National Findings Report which explores topics key to advancing a just recovery for economic security and health, including a living wage, equitable pay, childcare affordability and availability, and equitable school funding; and here to learn about your own county's data.
Founded in 1875, the New Jersey Public Health Association is one
of the oldest public health organizations in the U.S. Its
mission is to strengthen, advocate, and advance public health in New Jersey.