Working in direct partnership with communities, public health and other agencies and academic experts, Human Impact Partners helps pinpoint tailored strategies to bring diverse stakeholders to the table, navigate the practical steps of conducting HIAs and determine how to understand and use their results so that the health needs of the community are met. Through training and mentorship we also build the capacity of impacted communities and their advocates, workers, public agencies, and elected officials to conduct HIA and use results to take action.
Human Impact Partners has conducted HIAs on the local, state and federal levels – with experience in communities across the country, from California to Maine. Our HIA findings have been integrated into policy-making and projects to help advance health equity, and we have trained state and local government agencies and community-based organizations around the country to conduct HIAs in their own communities.
When policymakers, project planners, community organizations and advocacy groups participate in and have data provided by a HIA, policy decisions and new projects are better informed and have the opportunity to provide the best outcomes for our communities, especially those facing health inequities.
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