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Connecting the Vital Conditions for COVID-19 Recovery and Renewal

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The Seven Vital Conditions for Well-Being is a useful framework for conceptualizing holistic well-being and the Conditions that give rise to it.  It brings together major determinants of health, exposing how parts of a multi-faceted whole work as a system to produce population well-being. 


COVID-19 has upended our collective lives along every one of the Vital Conditions and brought to light just how important—and connected—the  Vital Conditions are for personal and community health.  


The following collection of stories and corresponding resources is the Community Commons lens into how COVID-19 has affected the Vital Conditions and what we all, as community stewards, can do  for robust recovery and renewal. 


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Cross-Cutting Themes: Working Across the Vital Conditions
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Published on 10/22/2019
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Basic Needs and COVID-19
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Reliable Transportation and COVID-19
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Humane Housing and COVID-19
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COVID-19, Climate Change and Stewarding a Thriving Natural World
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Belonging and Civic Muscle During COVID-19
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Health Equity and COVID-19
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Lifelong Learning and COVID-19
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Meaningful Work & Wealth and COVID-19
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Seven Vital Conditions for Health and Well-Being

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Coronavirus Pandemic