Community Health Improvement Partners

The Community Health Improvement Partners (CHIP) is a collaboration of San Diego health care systems, hospitals, community clinics, insurers, physicians, universities, community based organizations and the County of San Diego who are dedicated to a common vision. The mission of CHIP is to advance long-term solutions to priority health needs through collaboration and community engagement.


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News and Current Events

  • CHIP now has a food systems blog! Check out the blog at: CHIP Food Systems Blog to learn about the major happenings in the Farm to School Taskfroce as well as CHIP's many other food systems activities.
  • Check out the latest newsletter from the San Diego County Childhood Obesity Initiative, Click Here.
  • Congratulations to the San Diego County Childhood Obesity Initiative on their Farm to School efforts in San Diego County region. The program released a new State of Farm to School Report that reveals the strong local food movement in schools. Click here to download a copy.
  • The Independent Living Association online directory is now available! The Independent Living Association is a collaborative community wide effort focused on supporting Independent Living owners, residents, and the community by promoting high quality Independent Livings. Click Here to view the directory.
  • The Suicide Prevention Council is proud to release its second annual "Report to the Community." Check out last year's video below! To view the full 2015 report , Click Here

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CHIP now has a food systems blog!


The blog will cover major happenings in the Farm to School Taskforce as well as CHIP's many other food systems activities including the Nutrition in Healthcare Leadership Team, events like the Let's Go Local! Produce Showcase, and many projects we are working on behind the scenes in partnership with local, state, and national food systems advocates.


Here is a link to the blog: CHIP Food Systems Blog

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