1. To provide Nashville residents, especially those in low-income neighborhoods, with broader access to health and wellness programs and resources provided by a trusted community institution - the Nashville Public Library - and partnering organizations. 2. To expand access to free physical activity, mental wellness, nutrition education, and smoking cessation opportunities in community settings, particularly for individuals of lower socio-economic status, resulting in better health decisions and enhanced quality of life. 3. To better educate Nashville residents about health-related resources available to them. In addition to the Library's robust collection of print and digital materials, NPL offers digital literacy workshops where patrons learn how to identify and utilize reputable online consumer health resources.

Project Details

Organization Name

Nashville Public Library

Organization Type
All of Us
Public library
Project Lead


Start Date
June 19, 2018
End Date
April 30, 2019
Funding Amount
General Public
Library or Information Professional
Blacks/African Americans