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The Community Tool Box is a service of the Work Group for Community Health and Development at the University of Kansas. Their resources are free and provide practical, step-by-step guidance in community-building skills. They also provide related Toolkits which offer short outlines for key tasks. They cover topics such as; Community Assessment, Implementing Promising Community Interventions, Leadership and Management and much more.
Arizona’s guide to grants online! This searchable database offers detailed, current profiles of more than 2,000 corporations and foundations with a history of making grants in Arizona - right at your fingertips, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
A one-stop-shop for government grants. Learn about available grant opportunities, visit the Grant Learning Center, find Grantors, view government updates and much more.
The Community Coalition for End of Life Care originally convened together under the guidance of the Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona. The mission of the Coalition is to provide, through collaboration and education, the resources to prepare individuals to make informed end of life choices that are consistent with their values and beliefs.
When making decisions about your health, it’s important to know where to go to get the latest, most reliable information. healthfinder.gov has resources on a wide range of health topics selected from approximately 1,400 government and non-profit organizations to bring you the best, most reliable health information on the Internet.
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County Health Rankings and Roadmaps is the product of a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. Their program shows us what we can do to create healthier places to live, learn, work, and play. Rankings are unique in their ability to measure the current overall health in each county in all 50 states. They look at physical environment, social and economic factors, clinical care, and health behaviors. They provide What Works for Health, a searchable database of evidence-informed policies and programs that can improve health.
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