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Every Californian should have the opportunity to live a healthy life. The California Healthy Places Index (HPI) is a powerful new tool, developed by the Public Health Alliance of Southern California, to assist you in exploring local factors that predict life expectancy and comparing community conditions across the state.What do the statistics tell us about the Healthy Places index?
The statistics were designed to maximize the ability of the Healthy Places Index to identify healthy communities and quantify the factors that shape health. The graphic below shows the eight Policy Action Areas, their weights within the index, and the 25 community characteristics that are combined into the overall HPI score.Where can I find the Public Health Alliance of Southern California?
Public Health Alliance of Southern California. Visit us at PHASoCal.org. The Alliance is fiscally administered by the Public Health Institute. For questions about the Healthy Place Index, contact: [email protected]What does the Center for healthy communities do?
Center for Healthy Communities California Tobacco Control Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Chronic Disease Control Chronic Disease Surveillance and Research Emergency Preparedness See More Center for Environmental Health Division of Food and Drug Safety Division of Radiation Safety and Environmental Management Center for Family Health