The Chula Vista Training Center welcomed youth along with older adults in the community to experience the fun of the 15th Annual South Bay Intergenerational Games. This half-day event pairs older adults with 3rd grade students for an unforgettable experience of fun, fitness, and intergenerational connection. Almost 100 older adults joined third-graders for physical challenges such […]
The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency announced today it is joining a new partnership with the Clinton Foundation and The San Diego Foundation to improve the health and well-being of children in San Diego County. The goal of the partnership is to build upon the success of San Diego County’s Live Well […]
In 2015, there were 17,975 domestic violence incidents reported to law enforcement in San Diego County, a 6 percent increase from the prior year and up 12 percent from 2011. Local groups and agencies recently came together to provide community education and awareness on domestic violence.
A San Diego County Live Well Communities program in southeastern San Diego has received a $10,000 grant and been chosen as one of 50 local government projects to participate in a national Healthiest Cities & Counties Challenge.
There were 427 suicides in the County of San Diego in 2015. But more and more people are seeking out resources to help prevent them, a new report shows.
“Science has proven over and over again that [vaccines] are safer than the diseases they protect us against.”
The County of San Diego and the San Diego Blood Bank combined forces for a Live Well 5K at the San Diego County Administration Center’s Waterfront Park. The event benefited the San Diego Blood Bank, which supports more than 100,000 hospital patients each year. A donation will also be made to support foster youth in San […]