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About Building Healthy Communities

Building Healthy Communities

What is BHC?

Building Healthy Communities has a simple strategy: work on a local scale to create broad, statewide impact. Where we live, our race, and our income each play a big part in how well and how long we live. We need to reshape the places that shape us—our neighborhoods.

Parents want to raise their children in neighborhoods with safe parks and quality schools, but many Californians don’t get to choose where they live. Because the differences between neighborhoods is linked to differences in health outcomes, The California Endowment’s Building Healthy Communities initiative includes a deep investment in place.

Click here to read more about BHC

2015 City Heights BHC Reports

The 2015 Annual Building Healthy Communities Report for City Heights is here! Click the links below to find more information:

BHC City Heights Health Profile

Mid-City CAN 2015 City Heights Annual Report

City Heights BHC Individual Site Annual Report 2014

Discussion about revisions to the
Building Healthy Communities Plan and an Update on Grantmaking

Nov. 6, 2012

 

Building Healthy Communities Initiative
City Heights - second cycle planning process

Spring 2012

 

Building Healthy Communities Initiative
City Heights Plan

6/30/2010

 

Click HERE to view the plan's drafts before 06/30/2010

City Heights Building Healthy Communities Plan:
Somali, Spanish, & Vietnamese Narratives

REACH US AT

(619) 272-7582

PHYSICAL ADDRESS:
4305 UNIVERSITY AVE.
SUITE 550
SAN DIEGO, CA 92105

MAILING ADDRESS:
P.O. Box 12319
SAN DIEGO, CA 92112



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The Mid-City Community Advocacy Network's mission is to create a safe, productive,Quotation (Right)
and healthy community through collaboration, advocacy, and organizing.




Fiscal sponsor Mission Edge San Diego.


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