Promoting Healthy People 2030

Help spread the word about Healthy People 2030! Our promotional toolkit contains sample social media messages and graphics, tips for promoting Healthy People 2030 on social media, and sample newsletter copy to share with your networks. 

Healthy People 2030 Social Media Messages and Graphics

Use these messages and graphics to post about Healthy People 2030 on social media:

How can I use Healthy People 2030 in my work?
Work with @HealthGov to improve health outcomes in communities nationwide! Explore #HP2030 resources:
Identify needs and priority populations: browse objectives learn about national goals, see how national goals align with your priorities, and focus on groups affected by health disparities.
Browse @HealthGov's #HP2030 objectives to learn about national goals to improve health — and see how these goals align with your community's health priorities: 

Set your own targets: find data related to your work and user national data to set goals for your program.
Setting local #PublicHealth targets contributes to nationwide success! Learn how you can use @HealthGov's #HP2030 data to set targets for programs in your community:
Find inspiration and practical tools: explore health topics, learn about successful programs, policies, and interventions, and look for relevant evidence-based resources for your work.
Browse #HP2030 resources from @HealthGov and learn about evidence-based programs, policies, and interventions you can use in your work: 
Monitor national progress — and use our data as a benchmark: check for progress on national objectives, use data to inform your work, and see how your progress compares to national data.
Check in for @HealthGov's updates on progress towards #HP2030 objectives — and compare national progress to your own!
Healthy People 2030 sets a shared vision to improve the nation's health. Because of COVID-19, that's now more important than ever.
Interested in #HP2030 objectives that are relevant to #COVID19? Check out our COVID-19 Custom List:
Now you can build your own custom list of Healthy People 2030 objectives.
Want to customize #HP2030 to address your health priorities? Use our new tool to easily track the objectives that matter most to you throughout the decade:
When we address social determinants of health, we reduce health disparities and work toward health equity! And that's a key focus of Healthy People 2030.
#DYK? Healthy People 2030 is committed to addressing social determinants of health and ultimately achieving #HealthEquity. Learn more: #HP2030
Wondering how national health objectives ave changed in the new decade of Healthy People? We can help!
We created a tool that makes it easy to find out which Healthy People 2020 objectives have been modified, removed, or retained for Healthy People 2030. Check it out: #HP2030

Healthy People 2030 Population Data Tools Social Media Messages and Graphics

Use these sample Twitter messages and graphics to promote Healthy People 2030 population data tools on social media.

Healthy People's 2030 population data are here!
Healthy People 2030’s new population data tools from @HealthGov and @NCHStats can help you find data that are relevant to your work — and track progress toward national targets 🎯 for #HP2030 objectives. Check it out:
Check out Healthy People's new data tools to see differences in health outcomes for different groups of people.
Check out the new Healthy People 2030 population data tools from @HealthGov and @NCHStats to see differences in health outcomes across populations. Together we can address health disparities and work to achieve #HealthEquity: #HP2030
Healthy People 2030 has new data tools with features that make them easy to customize — and easy to understand!
Healthy People 2030’s population data are here! Use the new data tools from @HealthGov and @NCHStats to see how your population of interest is doing compared to national targets 🎯: #HP2030

LHI and OHM, and Disparities Data Feature Social Media Messages and Graphics

Use these messages and graphics to post about Leading Health Indicators (LHIs), Overall Health and Well-Being Measures (OHMs), and the disparities data feature on social media:

Check out the Leading Health Indicators! This subset of high-priority Healthy People 2030 objectives will help you focus your efforts to improve health and well-being for all.
#HP2030 Leading Health Indicators cover the life span, addressing #PublicHealth issues that affect people at different life stages. Use them to prioritize your resources and efforts:
Three older woman talk and walk together outside. Text below them reads "What are Overall Health and Well-Being Measures (OHMs)? OHMs reflect our progress in realizing the Healthy People 2030 vision — and show where we still have work to do."
#HP2030 Overall Health and Well-Being Measures (OHMs) use national health data to track progress toward achieving the Healthy People vision: A society in which all people can achieve their full potential for health and well-being across the lifespan. Learn more:
An older man and young woman work with exercise bands outside. Text on the image below them reads: "Check Out New Data on the Nation's Health and Well-Being! Healthy People 2030's OHM-01: Overall well-being assesses how satisfied people in the United States are with their lives."
For the first time, Healthy People includes an Overall Health and Well-Being Measure (OHM) to assess how satisfied people in the US are with their lives. Check out the data: #HP2030 
Two older adults, a man and woman with brown skin and graying hair, go for a jog in a wooded area. A message below them reads: "Check out the new health disparities data feature – Healthy People 2030's health disparities data feature allows you to track changes in health disparities across the decade."
Calling all #PublicHealth professionals: Healthy People now offers disparities data for many objectives. View health disparities between population groups — and use the data to inform your work. Learn about disparities at: #HP2030

Tips for Promoting Healthy People 2030 on Social Media

Use these tips whenever you post about Healthy People 2030 on social media:

  • Include one of the Healthy People 2030 graphics from this page to increase engagement — no permission needed
  • On Twitter, always use the #HP2030 hashtag and tag @HealthGov to increase your reach
  • Adapt messages from this page as needed to align with priorities in your community, state, or organization

To help your messages reach more people, use additional hashtags to mention relevant National Health Observances (NHOs). Check the NHO sponsor organization’s website, promotional materials, or Twitter account to find the official hashtag.

Check out ODPHP's monthly NHO roundups to learn about each month's featured NHOs — and look out for NHOs related to Healthy People 2030 topics and objectives.

"How to Use Healthy People" Graphic

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Sample Newsletter Content

Use or adapt this content to spread the word about Healthy People 2030 through your newsletter or blog.

Subject: Improve health and well-being for all with Healthy People 2030

Body: Since 1980, the Healthy People initiative has set goals and measurable objectives to improve health and well-being in the United States. The initiative's fifth edition, Healthy People 2030, builds on knowledge gained over the past 4 decades to address current and emerging public health priorities and challenges.

An interdisciplinary team of subject matter experts developed national health objectives and targets for the next 10 years. These objectives focus on the most high-impact public health issues, and reflect an increased focus on the social determinants of health — how the conditions where people live, work, and play affect their health and well-being.

By using Healthy People 2030 in your work, you can help improve health nationwide! Objectives are organized into intuitive topics so you can easily find data that's relevant to your work. And Healthy People 2030 provides evidence-based resources and tools you can use to set strategies for reaching Healthy People targets in your community, state, or organization. Start exploring Healthy People 2030 today!