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The status quo isn’t working for everyone. For many of us, it never worked in the first place.
Racism, sexism, homophobia and other oppressions are baked into American systems. The problem isn’t the people involved in these systems, but the systems themselves.
Re-imagining each system individually misses the opportunity for the transformative change needed to ensure everyone has a fair shot at wellbeing.
COVID-19 has exacerbated existing disparities, surfacing the social inequities that our systems are built on. This moment is the closest we’ll get to rebuilding these systems from the ground up.
The Wellbeing Blueprint is charting the path towards an equitable and just future for all.
It’s a community, a roadmap and a movement grounded in six key principles:
Start with what matters to people: wellbeing
Push against harms in communities already facing the greatest adversity
Build on social connections and social capital
Build financial security
Sustain transformation beyond the pandemic
Explore how visionaries across the country are advancing wellbeing in their communities, systems and sectors.
Here’s what happens when we center wellbeing:
Through arts and culture programming, the revitalization of Yesler Terrace brings creativity and resident voice into community planning.Learn More
Denver's Support Team Assisted Response (STAR) program is providing an alternative response for people experiencing mental health crises.Learn More
The BRIC combines community support with medical care to help individuals and the St. Louis community heal from the trauma of gunshot wounds.Learn More
Springboard to Opportunities has launched a first-of-its-kind program providing monthly cash payments to Black mothers — no strings attached.Learn More
How to change a city: What happened when New London started with wellbeing.Learn More
Using film to transcend boundaries and transform child welfare.Learn More
Shifting healthcare from “what’s the matter with you” to “what matters to you."Learn More