CX3 stands for Communities of Excellence in Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity Prevention. It is a youth –led effort in Escondido that measures the healthy food environment in our community and identifies opportunities for improvement. The goal of CX3 is to empower communities to work together and improve their neighborhoods to become healthier places to live, work and play.
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Drug-Free Communities (DFC) program serves Escondido, California through the Coalition for Drug Free Escondido, a local coalition comprised of organizations and persons who are interested in working together to prevent youth access to alcohol, marijuana and other drugs in Escondido, California.
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Helping Hands (HH) is a teen volunteer club, composed of high school students, who want to make a difference in their community. The students meet twice a month to prepare for various community service projects throughout the month.
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A program in Escondido works to empower and enable the youth within the community to actively commute to and from school safely. Escondido Union School District in collaboration with Escondido Education COMPACT’s efforts emphasize the Safe Routes to Schools initiative focusing on the five E’s of the program; education, encouragement, enforcement, evaluation and engineering. The goal is to create awareness, enhance leadership and gather community input on traffic safety, personal safety and walkability issues in the community.
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