In 2018, the Clinton Foundation began to engage faith leaders in responding to the opioid epidemic by implementing strategies to build community resilience and acting as conduits to recovery.
Clinton Health Matters Initiative
By improving health and well-being today, we can help millions of people enjoy a healthier tomorrow.
The Clinton Foundation works to improve the health and well-being of all people by activating individuals, communities, and organizations to make meaningful contributions to the health of others. The Clinton Foundation achieves its goals by leveraging technology and digital innovation, and by building strategic cross-sector partnerships and programs that increase community capacity, collaboration, and health infrastructure.
From 2012-2017, the Clinton Foundation hosted the Health Matters Annual Activation Summit, a yearly conference of leaders from a variety of health fields with the purpose of identifying strategies for systemic health improvement and ways to implement those strategies.
Sexual assault, suicide, and substance use/misuse are a few of the on-campus health challenges that have captured national attention in recent years.