Policy, Systems, and Environmental Change

The efforts of the Cherokee Nation CCC Program and their partners resulted in the establishment of tobacco-free policies at schools within the Cherokee Nation Tribal Jurisdictional Service Area.
The Cancer Resource Centers of Mendocino County, an organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life for those in Mendocino County impacted by cancer, created a plan to improve outreach to the local Latinx community.
A collaboration between the Arkansas Cancer Coalition and officials of the Arkansas State Fair resulted in a written, site-wide smoking policy.
This infographic and fact sheet are designed to help policymakers develop equitable enforcement provisions and better understand the equitable enforcement ecosystem. 
This fact sheet and infographic provide an overview of the policy landscape for paid sick leave, outlining the key elements of a paid sick leave policy and identifying actions public health professionals can take to encourage the adoption of paid sick leave policies. 
This toolkit is framed around six approaches to sustainability.
This blog post addresses state and federal legislation that affects the ability of healthcare providers to serve patients virtually and across state lines.
These resources will help you advance health equity in your community.
This report describes why The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Climate Change and Health Equity and its newly established Office of Environmental Justice are critical to mitigating the health threats of climate change. The report acknowledges the initial steps that OCCHE has…
To assist public health practitioners and attorneys across state, Tribal, and local governments in the use of data to advance health equity, the Network has produced a legal handbook that addresses the role of law in collecting and disseminating public health data disaggregated by race and…