Central California Center for Health and Human Services
The Central California Center for Health and Human Services (CCCHHS) brings together university resources (faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate students) and community professionals, agencies and organizations to improve the health and welfare of communities located within Central California. Since 1996, CCCHHS programs have attracted over $30 million in external funding.
Programs within the Center address health policy, health access, regional public health, health personnel and faculty shortages, health professional research training, asthma, obesity prevention, substance abuse, issues of children and families, persons with disabilities and our aging population. The Center provides services to support interdisciplinary research, training, evaluation and technical assistance in response to regional needs.
Please explore this site to learn more about our publications, conferences, research and training programs.
Thank you for visiting,
Jody Hironaka-Juteau, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Health and Human Services and
Director, Central California Center for Health and Human Services