“We have to get the care right—quality health care is a human right—and we have to ensure people have access to that care, but those alone will not create good health for all,” says Tyler Norris, MDiv, CEO, Well Being Trust. In addition, he says, it is crucial that “resources nurture the vital conditions—from safe neighborhoods to a living wage to affordable humane housing to reliable transportation—for intergenerational well-being.” Read the full story here: https://blog.sfgate.com/storystudio/2019/09/18/the-best-way-to-promote-community-health-is-to-meet-them-where-they-live/

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