Readers interested in learning how to build healthier, more resilient communities will likely find Community Tool Box to be a valuable resource. Visitors will find numerous options for "practical, step-by-step guidance in community-building skills," such as assessing community needs and resources, developing a strategic plan, building a community's leadership capacity, and more. In the menu under Learn a Skill, readers will find a table of contents leading to 46 chapters of detailed guides, as well as 16 toolkits organized around specific types of community work. The Help Taking Action menu includes a troubleshooting guide, free online courses with eight modules (such as "Setting Community Priorities Based on Identified Issues,") and an extensive list of databases of best practices leading to additional online resources. Community Tool Box is a free public service offered by the University of Kansas, where it is developed and managed by the KU Center for Community Health and Development. In addition to English, this resource is also available in Spanish, Arabic, and Farsi.