To remain a world-class city of healthy people and thriving communities, the City of Minneapolis must provide all residents with equitable opportunities for healthy development and lifestyles. Healthy development is impacted by a myriad of social determinants and has considerable long-term ramifications. Inequities related to opportunities, conditions, policies and practices don’t impact just individuals in isolation. Instead, entire generations are impacted by these inequities – especially those rooted in race, place and income – in healthy development and lifestyle. Inequities in social and economic factors are key contributors to health disparities; ultimately, these gaps need to close if equity in health outcomes is to advance. Social and economic disparities underpin health disparities from premature death rates to access to healthy food and from healthy youth development to housing stability.
22 Policies relate to this topic. Click on a policy below to learn more about it.
Production and Processing
Climate Resilient Communities
Healthy Pre-K Development
Healthy Youth Development
Educational and Economic Access
People with Disabilities
Access to Health, Social and Emergency Service
Healthy Food in Institutions
Urban Agriculture and Food Production