For too long the United States has misguidedly defined being healthy as not needing to seek health care.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) wants to change that by building a Culture of Health in America.

The nation’s largest philanthropy dedicated solely to health believes that health is more than being sick or well; it’s a blanket that covers every aspect of your life. RWJF wants to create a national mindset in which our ethnicity, income, or ZIP code doesn’t hamper our ability to eat fresh food, live on safe streets, sustain our mental well-being, or find affordable health care. It envisions schools and workplaces where, instead of sitting all day to learn and work, people can remain active and involved in improving their selves and the overall well-being of their communities.

Check out the video to learn more about RWJF’s vision for a Culture of Health.