CX3 is a program planning framework developed by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). It involves developing and building the capacity of a team of community agencies and residents to take an in-depth look at their communities to identify areas that can be improved to support health.
The Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Faith-Based Wellness Program has engaged with numerous San Diego County faith-based organizations to deliver free nutrition education and physical activity programming for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) eligible families.
The communities in which we live, work, and attend school have a significant impact on our health. Other than air quality, consideration of health impacts has not traditionally been part of land use and transportation decisions, yet communities with a lack of active transportation options are linked to poor health outcomes.