• Health Equity

    We focus on how the structural drivers of health inequity—like racism and income inequality—impact communities, and seek to change the community conditions tied to those inequities.

  • Mental Health & Wellbeing

    Quality strategies that build thriving communities can help prevent and reduce the severity of some mental health conditions, as well as support treatment outcomes and foster wellbeing for all.

  • Preventing Violence

    We work to change the underlying conditions that contribute to violence—in homes, schools, and neighborhoods—and to prevent violence from occurring in the first place.

  • Prevention in California

    We collaborate with partners up and down the state, weaving together our core organizational focus areas to advance a shared vision of a healthier, safer, and more equitable California.

  • Health Systems Transformation

    In partnership with healthcare and public health leaders across the country, we advance bold new practices to support health system transformation, achievement of the Triple Aim, and a health system that emphasizes health and equity.

  • Healthy Food & Activity Environments

    We take a systems approach to improving access to healthy foods and opportunities for physical activity—working across a spectrum of issues, from education, land use and transportation, to economic development and industry regulation.

  • Quality Housing in Equitable Communities

    Housing has a tremendous impact on health and wellbeing. Where housing is safe, affordable, and situated in vibrant neighborhoods...

  • Early Childhood

    The first years of a child’s...

  • Convergence Partnership

    Prevention Institute serves as the strategic advisor for The Convergence Partnership, a collaborative of foundations and healthcare institutions working to foster healthier and more equitable environments.

  • Unintentional Injury Prevention

    Injuries are not accidents—they are predictable and preventable. Comprehensive, integrated, quality strategies can prevent unintentional injuries.