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Communities of Excellence in Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity Prevention (CX 3 ) Santa Clara County: Partnerships with local leaders, agencies, and community Santa Clara County Public Health Department Chronic Disease & Injury Prevention Division. Outline.

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Communities of Excellence in Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity Prevention (CX3)Santa Clara County: Partnerships with local leaders, agencies, and communitySanta Clara County Public Health DepartmentChronic Disease & Injury Prevention Division

outline

Outline

Santa Clara County CX3 Project

Approach to fostering partnerships with local leaders, agencies and community

Focus on Edenvale/Great Oaks Neighborhood

Outcomes and benefits

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Background on

Santa Clara County, CA

and the Network for Healthy California's Communities of Excellence in Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity Prevention (CX3)

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CX3 Neighborhoods

In Santa Clara County, mapping has been completed in four neighborhoods:

San Jose – Washington, University, Five Wounds/Brookwood Terrace

South County – East Gilroy

Three new neighborhoods two in San Jose and one in north county (Mountain View) are in process of completion.

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How did we choose our neighborhoods?

Partnerships & Collaborations

Healthy Silicon Valley

Community Groups

City of SanJose Strong Neighborhoods Initiative

SCC PHD

Chronic Disease & Injury Prevention Division

Kaiser

CDIP Coalitions & Collaboratives

Network for a Healthy California

Steps Leadership Team

First 5 of SCC

Chronic Disease & Injury Prevention Division

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How did we choose our neighborhoods?

Short and long-term goals: reasons we are doing CX3 and what we want to do with the data

Natural overlap looking at both blue zones and existing initiatives

Looked at neighborhoods that were part of San Jose’s Strong Neighborhood Initiative (SNI)

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Local Leaders

Santa Clara County Board of Supervisor

Public Health Administration

Community leaders within city government

City Council representatives

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Local Agency Partners

SIREN

The Health Trust

Stanford Medical School

Catholic Charities

La Biblioteca Latinoamericana

City of San Jose Strong Neighborhoods

Go Kids!

First 5

Girls Scouts

Kaiser

Many other!!!

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Community in Action Team

Castro School Service Area of Mountain View

Community

  • Engaged the community in the CX3 process by recruiting the help of promotoras or “community health educators” from local Community Based Organizations and grassroots' community groups
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Edenvale & Great

Oaks Neighborhood

Population 12,354

(5 census tracts)

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CHiN uP!

Coalition for Health, Nutrition

& Physical Activity

cx3 outcomes
Fact sheets with localized data

Community based coalition

Farmers Market in downtown San Jose

New food distribution site

Sidewalk improvement project

Community garden

Nutrition classes

Engaging city council

CX3 Outcomes
benefits and value of participating in cx 3
Benefits and Value of Participating in CX3
  • The maps and surveys provide hard evidence to support what we may know intuitively about the relationship between food access, marketing and media, and poverty in the community.
  • Opened door to other opportunities and enhanced partnerships.
  • Engage local residents in advancing community change to the built environment.
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Contacts

  • Maritza Rodriguez Maritza.Rodriguez@hhs.sccgov.org (408) 793-2714
  • Bonnie Broderick, MPH, RDBonnie.Broderick@hhs.sccgov.org (408) 793-2706

Santa Clara Public Health Department

Chronic Disease & Injury Prevention Division

1400 Parkmoor Ave, Suite 120B, San Jose, CA 95126