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Get Involved

1. Check out the Health Action Goals.
With a goal of being the healthiest county in California by 2020, we all have to do our part. Read the goals for ideas of how you can take action for a healthier Sonoma County.

2. Pick Your Passion.
Which area interests you? What are you passionate about? How will you take action for a healthier Sonoma County?

3. Take Action!
...and commit to a healthy lifestyle. There are tons of options! You can do it personally at home. You can get peer support by engaging co-workers at work. You can get the kids in your life involved at school. You can seek out healthy activities in the community or get involved with a local Health Action Chapter!. Here are some ideas to get you started.

Health Action Council Youth Membership

The Health Action Council is pleased to welcome two new youth members, Pedro Lopez and Melissa Ruiz, to the Council. They are both passionate about making a difference in the community, particularly in the areas of health care improvement and education. Congratulations Melissa and Pedro!

Is your organization interested in having young people on your board, commission, council, or committee? Download our planning materials today!

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Be a Health Action Partner

Together, we can make a great impact on the health of Sonoma County. Encourage your employer to commit to overall health by becoming a Health Action Partner.

Get Recognized

Health Action wants to recognize people and organizations that make health a priority! Apply to be an iWORKwell Healthy Business.

A Portrait of Sonoma County

A Portrait of Sonoma County is an in-depth look at how the residents of Sonoma County are faring in three fundamental areas: life expectancy, education, and income.

Read the announcement

Download the talking points

Visit the Measure of America webpage

Check Our Progress


See Healthy Action's indicators and track over 100 health and quality-of-life indicators; find information and resources on community health; and take action on local health issues using the Healthy Sonoma website.