July 11, 2018 
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A Roadmap for Community Health and Well-Being
Book 5 in our six-part Roadmap to Livability series is ready to read — and use! The Health Services and Community Supports Workbook is a step-by-step resource for livability groups and local leaders seeking to make a community healthier and more helpful for people of all ages.
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An Unhealthy Community Can’t
Be a Great Community
That’s why St. Petersburg, Florida, has made fitness a public health priority.
LEARN HOW ST. PETE IS GETTING HEALTHY
Events, Resources & More
Caring for the Caregiver — Concern for the physical and emotional well-being of eldercare providers is growing as the need for their often-unpaid work rises in an aging nation. Source: U.S. Census Bureau ►
The Health & Housing Starter Kit — A guide for public health departments, housing authorities and hospitals, this free, multi-part downloadable resource can help decision-makers and public agencies better understand the connection between health and housing. Source: ChangeLab Solutions ►
The Minimum Wage Doesn’t Cover the Rent Anywhere in the U.S. — A person earning the federal minimum wage of $7.25 needs to work 122 hours a week to afford a two-bedroom rental home and 99 hours per week to afford a one-bedroom. Learn how much a worker in your state needs to earn to afford a modest apartment. Source: National Low Income Housing Coalition ►
The Healthy St. Pete article is from the 2018 edition of Where We Live: Communities for All Ages. Download or order a copy today — for free!
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