Policy, Advocacy, and Research
Academic Enrichment & Training
The UniversityLink Medical Science Program supports San Diego community college students during their transition to a four-year university.
At UCSD Center for Community Health, we engage community residents and stakeholders to address health disparities at multiple levels to ensure health equity.
Learn more about the the incredible work the UCSD Center for Community Health researchers are engaged in.
Policy in Action
UC San Diego Center for Community Health works across a variety of policy areas and topic issues to develop, adopt and implement policies that support health and wellness.
Youth Advisory Council (YAC)
The YAC is a group of highly motivated, hard-working, and passionate young people dedicated to improving health for San Diego communities.
Refugee Health Unit
The Refugee Health Unit was launched in 2017 in response to the growing number of refugees in San Diego, home to the largest refugee population in California to date.
Health & Wellness
Past programs that the Center has worked to implement, including Fresh Fund and the Training Resource Center.
Peer Empowerment Program 4 Physical Activity
The Peer Empowerment Program empowers older adults to take a leadership role in their community center and local neighborhood.
The UCSD Center for Community Health supports a variety of programs and projects that seek to increase the health and well-being of children in school settings.
The Faith Based Wellness Program collaborates with faith-based organizations to improve health outcomes and food security in low-income communities.
Lactation Supportive Environments
The Lactation Supportive Environments project works to increase the number of settings that support lactation accommodations and breastfeeding-friendly environments.
Live Well @ Work assists businesses in creating healthier workplace environments that are supportive of healthy eating and active living.
Oral Health Promotion Project
The UCSD Dental Health Initiative builds partnerships with agencies, schools, organizations to work with families who have limited resources, providing access to dental care and education.
Food Systems & Healthy Eating
Urban Growers' Collaborative Project
The Urban Growers’ Collaborative Project investigates the barriers and opportunities for collaboration among local urban growers.
Harvest of the Month
Harvest of the Month provides lessons and activities for students, families and the community to to explore, taste, and learn about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables.
Live Well Community Market Program
The Live Well Community Market Program aims to improve and promote access to affordable healthy foods in San Diego County
Local Food System
From large corporations to local service groups, we help our partners implement healthy food projects in their communities.
¡Más Fresco! More Fresh
The ¡Más Fresco! More Fresh Program provides financial incentives that can be used to purchase fruits and vegetables.