We work across sectors to develop and implement coordinated, systemic approaches to creating healthier communities. This includes leveraging innovation social entrepreneurship to help advance health and wellness by disseminating evidence-based individual, systems, and investment strategies.
Our National Programs seeks to scale chronic disease prevention strategies while addressing health disparities within our social determinants of health model. The National Programs partners with corporations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to increase the capacity of stakeholders and decision-making institutions in five key health areas: child health and welfare, college health, employee health, access to sport and physical activity, and prescription drug and opioid abuse. By building long-term relationships between key stakeholders in these fields and aligning resources and efforts within a collective impact model, CHMI is able to empower organizations and communities to integrate health promoting infrastructure and measure its success using a set of nationally recognized indicators.