National Shared Use Task Force

The National Shared Use Task Force is composed of a broad array of shared use or joint use experts and practitioners from around the country who aim to elevate the critical issues of increasing access to safe places to play and activity in this country.

This network of national and regional community-based organizations, advocacy groups, faith-based organizations, and professional associations recognizes the importance of shared use as a strategy to increase opportunities for physical activity, particularly in under-resourced communities and communities of color. In an era of limited resources and high rates of chronic disease, the Task Force believes it is imperative to seek solutions that maximize the use of existing community assets and provide families and individuals with safe places to play and be physically active. Read our Shared Use Task Force Collective Statement for more information.

Members:

Active Living Research
Alliance for a Healthier Generation
American Association of School Administrators
American Heart Association
Arkansas Joint Use Agreement Program
Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum
Boys and Girls Clubs of America
ChangeLab Solutions
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Joint Use Task Force
Children and Nature Network
FAME Corporations
Funder's Collaborative on Youth Organizing 
KaBOOM!
NAACP
National Association of School Resource Officers
National League of Cities
National Recreation and Parks Assocation
Ohio Department of Health
Prevention Institute
Public Health Law Center
Safe Routes to School National Partnership
Salud America 
Tennessee Parks and Recreation Association

Task Force Member Resources

SHARED USE RESOURCES