Created by residents for residents, healthcare districts throughout California provide vital services for the community members who create and oversee them. Healthcare districts are established, operated, and controlled by local voters who understand the community's concerns and ensure each district is effectively meeting their local healthcare needs.
Fallbrook Regional Health District serves residents of the unincorporated areas of Bonsall, De Luz, Fallbrook, and Rainbow in northern San Diego County. The mission of the Fallbrook Regional Health District and the five-member elected Board is to promote health for those living in the service area. Most recently, Fallbrook Regional Health District purchased property at 1636 East Mission Road in Fallbrook to develop a health and wellness hub.
Fallbrook Regional Health District promotes health through its annual Community Health Contract awards, monthly Woman of Wellness events, annual Prostate Cancer Screening event, annually-updated Community Resource Directory, and other collaborative efforts with local organizations throughout the year.
Fallbrook Regional Health District became a Live Well San Diego partner organization because of its long-standing commitment to improve the health and well-being of the communities they serve by funding programs and services that promote and/or provide health and wellness pursuits. These may include physical activity, alcohol and drug abuse prevention, nutrition, safety, immunization for all ages, therapies for the disabled, food access, senior citizen services, transportation for medical services, injury prevention, health screenings and fairs, as well as access to medical, mental and dental health services.
Fallbrook Regional Health District is a government entity under the Local Health Care District Law (Statutes 1945, Chapter 932; Health and Safety Code, Division 23, Sections 32000 et seq., of the State of California).