Mid-City Community Advocacy Network

Mid-City Community Advocacy Network is a community collaborative based in City Heights, a dense and diverse urban community of about 95,000 people living within a 6.5 square area of San Diego.  Our mission is to create a safe, productive, and healthy community through collaboration, advocacy, and organizing.


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Youth of Color Heal, Learn, Connect in the Outdoors

     Our youth are back from camp with new connections, insight, and knowledge. Located in 1,500 acres of beautiful Yellow Pine Forest, Grizzly Creek Ranch hosts the Boys and Men of Color Camp and Sisterhood Rising Leadership Retreat, where youth of color from all over California—participating in the Building Healthy...

School District Adopts School Climate Bill of Rights

On July 11, 2017, the San Diego Unified School District unanimously voted to adopt the School Climate Bill of Rights put forth by the Mid-City CAN Peace Promotion Momentum Team. To afford all students the best possible opportunity to succeed academically and socially, the School Climate Bill of Rights seeks...

  • Upcoming events

    Monday, August 21, 2017 at 08:30 AM · 1 rsvp
    San Diego City College

    SDCC Voter Registration Week

    Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at 05:00 PM
    Performance Annex in San Diego, CA

    School Climate Bill of Rights Celebration

    Congratulations, youth, parents, and advocates of San Diego on accomplishing the San Diego Climate Bill of Rights geared to making schools citywide safer and healthier.

    Come out and celebrate your victory with Mid-City CAN on August 30th at Officer Henwood Park in City Heights, San Diego from 5PM - 8PM. Bring out your family, friends and peers. Please be advised that the screening is for those who are 16 years old and up. Looking forward to another day for us all to remember.

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