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Santa Ana Building Healthy Communities (SABHC) is committed to addressing health inequities and improving opportunities for a healthy, thriving Santa Ana. SABHC understands that health is directly shaped by the circumstances in which people are born, raised, live, and work. Improving these circumstances is a collective responsibility and one that must be led by those directly affected.

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In 2020, Central Santa Ana will be a healthy, safe and vital community where diversity is a strength and residents of all ages work together and in partnership with multiple sectors to create opportunities for optimal physical, mental, economic and social well-being across geographic boundaries.

Campaigns

Events

19
Sep 2018

Foro de Candidatos/Candidate Forum

Date: Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 06:00 AM

Location: Delhi Center in Santa Ana, CA

  City Council and the Mayor make decisions that affect all Santa Ana residents, it is important to know who is running for these seats. We invite community members to come and learn about the candidates and ask questions to know where they stand on important issues.  El Concejo Municipal y el Alcalde toman decisiones que afectan a todos los residentes de Santa Ana, es importante saber quién se postulará para estos asientos. Invitamos a los miembros de la comunidad a que vengan y aprendan sobre los candidatos y formulen preguntas para saber dónde están parados en cuestiones importantes.

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26
Sep 2018

The State of Community Safety in Santa Ana/El Estado de Seguridad Comunitaria en Santa Ana

Date: Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 06:00 PM

Location: Delhi Center in Santa Ana , CA

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  Join adult/youth residents, local organizations, City Staff and Santa Ana Police for a panel discussion on Community Safety in Santa Ana. Acompaña a residentes adultos/jóvenes, organizaciones locales, personal de la ciudad y policía de Santa Ana para una mesa redonda sobre seguridad comunitaria en Santa Ana.

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