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Basic Needs: Food

Physical and mental well-being starts with access to fresh air, clean water, and nutritious food.

Basic Needs: Freedom from Trauma, Violence, and Addiction

Everyone deserves access to the resources they need to heal.

Basic Needs: Health Care

Health care must provide comprehensive, whole-person care to support well-being.

Basic Needs: Public Health

Public health protects and promotes good health, with special attention to those at elevated risk of poor health.

Belonging and Civic Muscle

People need to feel part of a community, contributing to its vibrancy, and developing the power to co-create a common world.


Explore resources to advance equitable well-being in COVID-19 response and recovery.

Humane Housing

People are able to thrive when they have safe, stable places to live.

Lifelong Learning

Education starts at birth and continues into meaningful careers, with ongoing opportunities to learn and grow.

Meaningful Work and Wealth

Personal, family, and community wealth provides the means for healthy, secure lives.

Measurement and Meaning Making

Measurement is about how we use information to chart our progress.

Mental Health

Everyone deserves access to care solidly anchored in the promotion of mental health and emotional resilience.

Racial Justice

The systemic fair treatment of people of all races through policies and practices promoting equitable opportunities and outcomes for all.

Reliable Transportation

Reliable, sustainable transportation systems ensure people are able to get where they need to go.

Targeted Universalism

Setting goals for the general population that are accomplished through targeted approaches based on the needs of different groups.

Thriving Natural World

Everyone deserves to live in a clean, healthy environment.

Tribal Learning

Building relationships with tribes of the North Sound Region and committed to an ongoing journey of Tribal learning and equity.

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