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.
Calling all parents, teachers, administrators, students, and advocates: Mark your calendar for the first School Wellness Alliance meeting of 2017 on January 25! The meeting will focus on racial equity and education, at the Silicon Valley Community Foundation in San Mateo from 2-4:30pm.
In light of the recent presidential election, Get Healthy San Mateo County remains committed to our vision: building healthy, equitable communities where all residents – regardless of income, race/ethnicity, age, ability, immigration status, sexual orientation, or gender – have the opportunity to reach their full potential…
Get Healthy SMC presented on the CA Healthy Kids Survey at the Respect! 24/7 conference last month, which gathered school districts, community organizations, and education advocates from across San Mateo County. Planners shared how the survey is a great tool to assess the most pressing health needs in the county, such as nutrition, mental health and social well-being.