Tennessee Women's Health Report Card Toolkit
Take action to improve family and community health
The Women’s Health Report Card provides a summary for the state of Women’s Health in Tennessee. These results serve as an opportunity to increase health knowledge and initiate discussions of ways to improve the health of individuals, families, and communities across Tennessee.
The resources in this section are listed in two categories: 1) Improving Individual and Family Health and 2) Improving Community Health.
Congratulations on taking the steps to improve your health and your community’s health!
Improving Individual and Family Health
Resources to guide individuals and families in the improvement of their health – provides links to trusted sources, support sites, and tools for specific health issues addressed in the report card.
Improving Community Health
Resources and tools to guide organizations and community leaders in improving community health – helps navigate through taking action on health issues most important to your community.
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