News

LLUH awarded Outdoor Equity Grant

ICP and its CAPS office recently received the awards letter that confirmed it’s ‘Healthy in Nature – Equity Program’ will begin later this year! The hub for our community activities will be our San Bernardino Garden of Health (also known as Jardin de la Salud). We have partnered with our LLUH Center for Environmental Studies and Stewardship for special educational opportunities, and Outdoor Outreach for the majority of our overnight trip implementation. Additional partners and collaborators include SBCUSD, IEHP, Sierra Club, and SAC Health System. Staff, Community Members, and nature enthusiasts – please email caps@llu.edu to let us know if you’d like to support this exciting new endeavor!

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Salton Sea communities need relief from pandemic and dirt from air

Olivia Rodríguez and Dr. Ryan Sinclair, both of LLUH, share an op-ed piece highlighting on-going issues in the Salton Sea Community. "The Salton Sea pollutants and the demographics of the Coachella Eastern Valley make us particularly vulnerable to this pandemic." (Published in Spanish) (Image: Sierra Club)

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Inaugural Community Matters Newsletter - now available!

The Institute for Community Partnerships is excited to share with you the inaugural Community Matters ICP Newsletter. Community Matters will be sent out quarterly and will provide updates on LLUH’s meaningful community engagement, from service learning and partner updates to research and new initiatives seeking broader participation. Please enjoy and share this newsletter with others who may be interested.

ICP Newsletter Dec 2019