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Mid-City Community Health Atlas

The atlas, available through download below, is intended to serve as a tool for residents, and community based organizations providing services within the Mid-City community. The atlas contains a large amount of information about the population characteristics and health status of the Mid-City community and can be used for ongoing planning and resource development.

The atlas is produced by the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency as part of the Partnership for the Public’s Health Initiative, funded by the California Endowment and the Public Health Institute.

Download the Mid-City Community Health Atlas Part 1 -3MB
Download the Mid-City Community Health Atlas Part 2 -6MB

Networking Council

The monthly Networking Council provides an opportunity for community residents and representatives from private and public organizations, faith communities, schools, and businesses to get to know each other. Brief presentations and "infomercials" provide members the opportunity to "get the word out" on various services, programs and initiatives available to residents in the community.

Time is also provided each month to "scan the community" in order to identify and respond to emerging issues before they become a crisis.

Meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at:

City Heights Wellness Center
4440 Wightman Street
San Diego, CA 92105

Refreshments are provided.



April 10, 2012 - Trinh Le, organizer from the Center on Policy Initiatives, gives a "San Diego City Budget 101" presentation.

Feb. 14, 2012 - Evie Kosower and Jeanette Neeley, Mid-City CAN Coordinating Council members, presented information they learned at the Equity Summit 2011 sponsored by PolicyLink in Detroit.

Oct. 11, 2011 - Steve Eldred, The California Endowment Program Manager for City Heights, provided an update on the Building Healthy Communities Initiative and implementation. The group also viewed "What We've Heard: A Message from the President and Board Chair" of The California Endowment.

July 12, 2011 - Chris Lee, Lead Safety and Healthy Homes Coordinator, gave a presentation on a HUD funded Healthy Homes Demonstration Grant that provides free health-and-safety home remediations for low-income families

June 14, 2011 - Model M. Hong, administration specialist at Copley Family YMCA, gave a presentation on The Future of the Copley YMCA

May 10, 2011 - Vladimir Kogan, a researcher with the Center on Policy Initiatives, gave a presentation on San Diego Revenues and Reserves: A Comparative Analysis of California’s Largest Counties.

April 12, 2011 - Steve Eldred, The California Endowment Program Manager for City Heights, gave a presentation on the Building Healthy Communities Initiative and implementation.

April 13, 2010 - Best Practices

Aug. 10, 2010 - Health Equity By Design (PDF of presentation)


(619) 283-9624

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The Mid-City Community Advocacy Network's mission is to create a safe, productive,Quotation (Right)
and healthy community through collaboration, advocacy, and organizing.

Financial oversight and administrative support provided by SAY San Diego. Thank you for considering a donation.The donation will go to Mid-City Community Advocacy Network's fiscal agent, Social Advocates for Youth San Diego, and be designated to Mid-City CAN.