Santa Monica was recognized at Tuesday’s Los Angeles County Board of Supervisor’s meeting for receiving the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s 2016 Culture of Health Prize. Supervisor Sheila Kuehl shared: “Through its collective impact approach, the city has pushed for change on multiple fronts, including increasing affordable housing, addressing homelessness with compassion, helping children and families thrive, and reshaping the built environment. For these reasons, Santa Monica was recently awarded the prestigious Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Culture of Health Prize, given to communities making great strides in their journey toward better health and well-being.”
For more information, visit rwjf.org or smgov.net/wellbeing. The Wellbeing Project’s second survey is now underway and the City is soliciting the community’s participation. You can take the survey at smgov.net/wellbeing.