Recognize that the general well-being of people and cultures depends on a wide range of highly interrelated factors including:
Employment and economic well being
General sense of social support and belonging
Physical and mental health
Physical and natural environment
While the members of the workgroup discussed all of these factors, we viewed our role as being catalysts to create coordinated action within the community, not necessarily as the ones to implement the initiative. This approach recognizes heightened awareness to existing silo organizations and structures that sometimes fail to fully collaborate on interrelated matters.