Providing opportunities for cities to improve
The Invest Health initiative was developed to provide an opportunity for mid-sized cities to transform the way local leaders work together to create solution-driven and diverse partnerships. These partnerships will emphasize making changes in low-income neighborhoods to improve resident health and well-being. These changes can focus on increasing access to quality jobs, affordable housing, and nutritious food, and reducing crime rates and environmental hazards.
Working in close collaboration with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Reinvestment Fund, Roni Lagin & Co. designed and developed a website with a public face for the Invest Health initiative and a private access for hundreds of advocates and civic members to utilize the discussion board, directory, resources, and events calendar.