Community Leadership Team


North County Community Leadership Team

Working Together to Improve North County Communities

Live Well San Diego regional leadership teams tie together the collective efforts of community groups in each region and provide a central point for planning and organizing collaborative action. The North County Community Leadership Team was formed in January 2012 to help guide planning for health, safety and thriving priorities in the region and to foster information sharing and connectivity among group members.  This collaboration includes community leaders, stakeholders and residents that are engaged in community enrichment efforts to help educate and mobilize communities, develop and address priority needs, identify resources and plan actions to improve the regions’ health and well-being. These activities help to inform the region's Community Enrichment Plan (CEP) which details key priorities, strategies, resources, projects and programs that can be leveraged to address the Building Better Health Living Safely  and Thriving components of the Live Well San Diego vision specifically in North County. 

North County Priority Areas

Building Better Health

  • Increase physical activity
  • Improve nutrition
  • Improve behavioral health

Living Safely

  • Increase disaster preparedness
  • Reduce crime
  • Reduce unintentional injuries
  • Reduce drug abuse and underage alcohol use


  • Support education and workforce efforts
  • Identify opportunities for input on transportation
  • Increase advocacy for housing efforts



Community partners are encouraged to attend to learn more about the Live Well San Diego vision. To learn more about what's going on with recognized partners in North San Diego County, visit the News & Partners page.

The North County Community Leadership Team's vision is that healthy choices are easy, prevention is a priority, services are accessible, communities are safe, and all residents enjoy the highest quality of life in North County.

For more information or to be included on the email list, please contact Valerie Leal at (760) 519-8798.


*Currently on hold due to COVID-19 but expected to resume shortly*