How to use the Map                                                  

Use the house icon to bring the map back to the original home boundary.

Use the + and - symbols in the top left corner to zoom in and out of the map.

There are different ways to view and search for information. Click on the individual pins on the map, to see the pop-out information at that location.

Also, you can enter key words in the search engine (top search bar), and a drop-down list with categories will be provided. If you don't see your key word initially generate a list, think of other words that may be similar or use a more general search term.

The additional grey icons are: The Partnership Type tool (Layer List/Map Legend), the Partnerships Near Me tool, and the Partnership Finder filter.

The Partnership Type tool (looks like a stack of papers) has colored icons with corresponding category listed. If you want to only see one category at a time, open the Layer List and click in the checked box to turn layers off and on. 

The Partnerships Near Me tool (looks like a map pin with a circle around it) will allow you to find local partners within a 1 to 15 mile radius. (Please make sure your browser allows for geolocation.)

To use the Partnership Finder you can click on the grey funnel button, to complete a more structured search.

Search More Partnerships

Leave blank or search by partnership/resource type.

Community Vital Signs is a community health improvement framework jointly developed by San Bernardino County's organizations and residents. Community Vital Signs builds upon the Countywide Vision by setting evidence-based goals and priorities for action that encompass:

El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center (El Sol), was founded in 1991 with the mission of empowering community members to lead healthy lives with access to health care and the skills to eliminate disparities. El Sol has 120 experienced and trained Promotores de Salud/Community Health Workers (CHWs).

Through the work of Partner Agencies in the Health Focus Area, the First 5 Commission strives to ensure the well-being of all children in the County. In their work towards this goal, the Health focus is comprised of five goals- Early Screenings & Intervention, Health Care Access, Oral Health, Primary Care Services, and Health & Safety Education.

The Inland Coalition for Health Professions seeks to unite the health careers stakeholders in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties and the Pomona Valley.

Members of the Inland Coalition for Health Professions include K-12, community college and university faculty, hospital and health care agency representatives, county office of education staff, and interested professional organization and community agency representatives.

The Inland Empire Children's Obesity Task Force is committed to improving health of all children living in the Inland Empire by promoting and partnering with community organizations and schools to support lifelong healthy lifestyle thorough:

  • Education
  • Advocacy
  • Collaboration
  • Policies that promote overall health

This Series is designed to complement the learning experiences within the Global Health Foundations and Worldview series (GLBH 564, GLBH 566, GLBH 568) and other skills-based courses such as Grant and Proposal Writing (GLBH 515) and Integrated Community Development (GLBH 545).

The Mental Health Task Force will:

  • Improve access to mental health care for clergy
  • Continuing education on mental health for clergy
  • Mental health consultation to clergy on difficulties with parishioners
  • Resourcing parishes with best practices to promote emotional health

The LLU School of Public Health teamed with a local environmental justice community organization and the City of San Bernardino for a research project ultimately aimed at cleaner air for the thousands of residents living near the BNSF San Bernardino rail yard. Out of California’s 18 rail yards, the BNSF San Bernardino rail yard is deemed to present the most public health risk by the California Air Resources Board.

The San Bernardino City Schools Wellness Committee is comprised of representatives from

Healthy Communities Initiative is a community wide initiative to support collaborative efforts to improve the quality of like for all residents through education, awareness, coalitions, and policy.