U.S.-Mexico Border Health Commission

United States-Mexico Border Health Commission joined Live Well San Diego as a recognized partner on September 6, 2016.  The United States-Mexico Border Health Commission, United States Section provides international leadership to optimize health and quality of life along the United States-Mexico border and is comprised of four American Border States: California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. The Commission is part of each of the respective state departments of health services or public health. 

The role of the United States-Mexico Border Health Commission, United States Section is to assess, monitor, report, and increase awareness about border health issues and maximize communication, coordination, and collaboration and build capacity to address border health issues.  The Commission has built sustainable partnerships with key border and binational organizations at federal, state, and local levels.  They have facilitated funding and coordination of public health activities along the border to improve the health and wellness of the residents of the United States-Mexico border region.

Through its work to address chronic and degenerative disease, infectious disease, maternal and child health, mental health and addiction, injury prevention, access to care, research and strategic planning,  the United States-Mexico Border Health Commission, United States Section is advancing the Live Well San Diego vision for the benefit of the residents of the United States-Mexico border region.

Live Well San Diego Recognized Partner U.S.-Mexico Border Health Commission

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