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1 University-Community Partnerships Program Proposed Budget

2 What We Do Created in FY to serve the UCSF and the broader community (http://www.familymedicine.medschool.ucsf.edu/pdf/CPTF_%20Report.pdf) For the UCSF community Strengthen, expand participation in community partnerships Expand our knowledge about neighboring communities and their needs For the broader community Enhance understanding of UCSF Improve community access

3 Why We’re Doing It UCSF Mission addresses community service “... to serve the community at large through educational and service programs that take advantage of the knowledge and skills of UCSF faculty, staff and students.” Program captures notion of bi-directional benefit and mutual participation

4 What We’ve Accomplished Created a 20-member Council – 10 UCSF representatives; 10 community representatives (March 2006) Hired a program director with extensive experience in community/university partnerships (April 2006) Integrated CGR’s existing Community Partnership Program (April 2006) Created five working subcommittees of the Council to advance the program (May 2006) Elected, installed co-chairs (June 2006)

5 University Community Partnerships Council Community Members Co-Chair: Gwen Henry, Associate Director, Florence Crittenton Services Tavi Baker, Manager of Health Services, Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco Lynda Boyer-Chu, Health Coordinator, Gloria R. Davis Academy, SFUSD Larry Del Carlo, Executive Director, Mission Housing Development Corp Eli Horn, Executive Director, Visitacion Valley Community Beacon Center

6 University Community Partnerships Council Community Members (continued) Sharon Johnson, Youth Program Manager, Potrero Hill Neighborhood House Dwayne Jones, Director, Communities of Opportunity, Mayor’s Office of Community Development Eric Lewis, Teacher, Mission High School, SFUSD John Nickens, Director of Clinical Services, Progress Foundation Nora Rios Reddick, Executive Director, Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco

7 Co-Chair: Kevin Grumbach, Professor and Chair, Family & Community Medicine, SOM Charles Alexander, Assoc. Dean, Student Affairs and Dean’s Office, SOD Patricia Caldera-Muñoz, Academic Coordinator, Health Education Partnership Gerri Collins-Bride, Clinical Professor & Vice-chair, Community Health Systems, SON Christine Des Jarlais, Asst. Dean, Graduate Division University Community Partnerships Council University Members

8 Dixie Horning, Executive Director, National Center for Excellence in Women’s Health, SOM Cindy Lima, Special Asst to the CEO, Medical Center Administration Howard Pinderhughes, Associate Professor & Vice Chair, Social & Behavioral Sciences, SON Lorie Rice, Academic Administrator, Dean’s Office, SOP Naomi Wortis, Asst. Clinical Professor, Community Partnership Resources Center. Family & Community Medicine, SOM University Community Partnerships Council University Members (continued)

9 Areas of Common Interest – Subcommittees Employment/Economic Development Community-Based Research Service Learning UCPC Grants Educational Outreach (Youth & Adult)

10 Areas of Common Interest – Subcommittees Employment/Economic Development* Expanding opportunities in the city’s southeast sector Community-Based Research Lynda Boyer Chu, Chair Engaging community in mutually beneficial research opportunities Service Learning Naomi Wortis, Chair Institutionalizing public service in the health professions (* chair to be selected on June 27, 2006) *Will elect chair 6/27/06

11 Areas of Common Interest – Subcommittees UCPC Grants Eli Horn and Dixie Horning, co-chairs Distributing university funds to support university-community partnerships Educational Outreach (Youth & Adult) Patricia Caldera Muñoz, Chair Identifying and promoting university-community partnerships for mutual educational and health benefits

12 Program Objectives: Define and strengthen University Community Partnerships Council to have a greater impact within UCSF and neighboring communities Support the work of the Council’s Areas of Common Interest (ACI) and identify resources necessary to realize ACI’s plans and objectives Create a website to serve as the primary information source on UCSF and community partnerships

13 Program Objectives: Identify external funding sources to solidify University Community Partnerships Program Hold recognition event in Spring/Fall 2007 to spotlight community partnerships, highlight best practices, and acknowledge our partnership champions

14 Proposed Budget Total$416,408 Salaries, Benefits195,444 UC Partnership Grants100,000 Meetings & Events 51,260 Website, database 25,000 S&E 18,804 Printing, media 15,000 Donations 5,000 Travel 3,900 Professional develop. 2,000


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