Coordinating Workgroup Organizations
Alzheimer’s San Diego provides support, activities and resources for people and their families living with dementia.
C.H.I.P. Advancing long-term solutions to priority health needs in San Diego through collaboration and community engagement. CHIP brings together diverse partners to assess community health needs, educate, and advocate to create policy, systems and environmental change which reduce health disparities.
County of San Diego, HHSA Live Well Program; Live Well San Diego is a vision for a region that is Building Better Health, Living Safely and Thriving. It aligns the efforts of individuals, organizations and government to help all 3.3 million San Diego County residents live well.
Champions for Change Champions is a brand inspiring families to make healthy eating and physical activity changes that can lead to a happier, healthier life by offering free recipes, tips, tools and other resources that empower Californians to achieve healthy victories.
Leah’s Pantry/Eat Fresh is a California-based non-profit committed to a vision of all people being nourished, regardless of socioeconomic status. Our programs and products are designed to ensure all people have access to healthy food and feel competent preparing easy, nutritious meals for themselves and their families.
Live well @ Work (UC SD Community Health) Live Well @ Work collaborates with local San Diego businesses to build a culture of health and foster a healthier, happier and more productive workforce. Live Well @ Work programs offer resources and best practices for San Diegans to build better health at work.
San Diego Master Gardeners are volunteers trained and supervised by the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE). The mission of the UCCE is to conduct research on new pests and issues affecting the county, and to provide research based information to the public.
Southern Caregiver Resource Center is a provider of free caregiver support services for families caring for frail older adults and adults living with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders in San Diego County. Serving over 80,000 families annually, SCRC offers a wide variety of support services that include education, care planning, case management, counseling, respite care and support groups.