Stable and affordable housing protects health and provides the ability to engage in healthy opportunities.
Complete neighborhoods make it easy for residents to be healthy every day in their communities by making the healthy choice the easy choice the easy choice.
High-quality education creates pathways to better health.
A strong local economy builds household financial security for all and promotes everyone’s health.
The Emergency Medical Services Corps program of Alameda County is now seeking San Mateo County applicants. The EMS Corps program is a renowned training that focuses on preparing underrepresented young males to enter the health care and emergency medical services fields. Applications must be submitted by March 31, 2017.
The San Mateo County Food System Alliance wants your help improving the County’s agricultural economy and ensuring healthy food access for all. As part of developing a local Food and Farm Bill, the Alliance is holding four forums this year, the first on 2/16 from 2-3pm in Half Moon Bay on Succession and Transition Planning for farmers, ranchers, agricultural land owners and people who provide professional support services to agricultural clients.
We know that housing and health have a strong connection. When people have access to safe, affordable homes, they experience better health. That’s why we’re excited to be part of San Mateo County’s Home for All initiative. Home for All is a Countywide effort to build more homes in the county to meet the needs of residents and the demands of a growing workforce.