January 11, 2017
January 11, 2-4 PM
Please note the new location: 25 Van Ness, 6th floor, room 610
Vision: All San Franciscans have access to healthy eating and active living where they live, work, learn and play.
Mission: To convene partners for greater collective impact in order to create equitable and sustainable environments, systems and policies that promote healthy eating and active living across the lifespan in San Francisco.
- Increase access to healthy food
- Increase opportunities for physical activity
- Decrease consumption of sugary drinks
Values: Prevention, Social Justice, Diversity
|I. Welcome and introductions
|II. Looking back: 2016 successes
- SUSF celebrated its 10 Year Anniversary
- At this event, we looked at our past work, while also looking forward.
- Barbara Garcia opened the event with a discussion of healthcare and disease prevention. She charged us to think about how to move towards a preventative model so less burden would be on healthcare.
- Dr. Sandra Hernandez was our keynote. She urged us to be bold and stand up for health equity.
- Leaders across various sectors participated in one of our 4 panels and challenged us for the future
- HEAL Week 2016
- SUSF sponsored organizations to host activities and events that promoted healthy eating and active living.
- Together these orgs reached over 1,200 San Franciscans.
- 2016 SUSF Year in Review
|III. Shape Up SF and SF Health Improvement Partnership: A collective impact approach to decrease consumption of sugary drinks and increase consumption of tap water
- Key highlights from report
- Over 3,100 youth and adults reached by educational efforts
- 85 SFUSD staff trained and over 200 students educated about healthy beverage choices
- 5 new posters created by SFUSD youth for reproduction and distribution
- Educational materials and curriculum transcreated into Spanish and Chinese
- 4 City policies developed and 3 passed
- 19 Hydration (tap) Stations installed in the public realm and 76% of SFUSD sites have stations installed
- As a result of the Metta grant, funds and technical assistance were provided to CBOs
- NICOS engaged over 800 community members
- CARECEN reached over 500 families
- Rafiki reached over 500 families
|IV. Looking forward: Progress on strategic plan and setting priorities for 2017