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3 weeks ago
Join The Farm to Institution Center as they celebrate local food with local farmers at the 2019 Good Food Showcase!
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The San Diego County Suicide Prevention Council (SPC) held its 8th Annual Stakeholders Meeting yesterday at the San Diego County Office of Education. Pictured are our 2019 awardees:
- Outstanding Community Partner Award: Kat Torres
- Outstanding Service Award: CAHM (Community Alliance for Healthy Minds)
- Outstanding Trainer Award: Kat Katsanis-Semel
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The Independent Living Association & Recovery Residence Association were happy to host a full house at this morning’s fabulous (and free!) Communication & De-Escalation Training. Kindra Moore, a subject matter expert from Community Research Foundation, passionately taught an eager room of IL and RR housing operators, house managers, and community partners. Thank you to everyone for coming out on a Saturday morning and sharing your commitment to quality housing! ... See MoreSee Less
4 months ago
This year’s ILA and RRA Annual Recognition Luncheon was a sea of smiling faces and shared success! Guests enjoyed a delicious meal at Casa Machado Restaurant while Keynote Speaker and Community Health Improvement Partners CEO Edward Quinlan took attendees through a historical journey of the Associations’ past achievements.
Congratulations to the association members, community partners and service providers who were recognized for their remarkable support given this past year. And a sincere thank you to all of our members for your tireless efforts in providing high quality shared housing to San Diegans across the County! ... See MoreSee Less
5 months ago
ILA and RRA team members were excited to participate in the third cohort of the Be.Health Today Workshop held yesterday at the North Inland Live Well Center. Participants were coached to identify current issues facing SD County’s Behavioral Health Services and educated by human-centered design process on how to collaborate and find significant roots to the problems. See the circular diagram of the ILA & RRA’s innovative dreams for the future! ... See MoreSee Less