Current Community Partnerships
The UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women's Health is blessed to have a robust network of community based organizations and leaders who are advancing the health and wellbeing of diverse populations of women. We are honored to support their work and grateful for the opportunity to partner with them to advance our shared goals. We invite you to learn more about some of our partners at the links below.
SERENITY: Nature and Nurture
"Nature and nurture conspire together. One must keep both in view." – Jesse J. Prinz
“The ‘Serenity’ series at the UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women's Health invites artists to showcase a body of work that inspires relaxation, wellness and peace. We thank Betty & Gordon Moore whose support makes 'Serenity' possible.” – Judy Young, MPH., Executive Director
Oakland Mutual Aid Collective (OMAC)
We are proud to be a founding partner of the Oakland Mutual Aid Collective (OMAC), is a project to fundraise for, procure and rapidly distribute 30,000 reusable cloth face masks and public health information to vulnerable communities in Oakland. These communities include the unhoused, low-income and immigrant families, seniors, essential workers, and other under-resourced adults, children, youth, and families.
One Love Black Mamas
One Love Black Mamas was born with the solidarity of Black identifying health care workers and community members. Our Black identifying community team shows up weekly with love, respect, humility, and more. We are committed to building trust in our communities so we have a strict no strings attached policy which means we don't share any of the families' information in exchange for donations. We center Black mamas, their families, and the community.
San Francisco Reproductive Justice Summit: Black Women Know
“Black Women Know: will bring together Black/African American community members and health care providers to challenge the prevalence of anti-black racism within the health care safety-net system in San Francisco. The primary goals of the summit are to:
- Address the inequities in reproductive health outcomes experienced by Black/African American people in San Francisco by destigmatizing STDs and promoting sexual agency;
- Develop actionable recommendations to improve racial equity and cultural responsiveness in the provision of sexual health services at San Francisco safety-net clinics.
GLIDE: Alabama Pilgrimage