In March 2023, the City of Irvine launched the Health & Wellness Community Engagement Steering Committee. This committee consists of key stakeholders and subject matter experts from within the City as well as throughout the community. The role of the steering committee is to identify current community assets and gaps, guide the development of a community survey, and provide input into Irvine’s multi-year health and wellness plan.
Health & Wellness Survey
The City of Irvine recently conducted a survey to learn about the current and future health and wellness needs of its residents. The focus of this survey was on mental health and substance use in our community.
Results of the survey can be found in the presentation, and you can also view a detailed report.
We appreciate your participation in the survey; your input and experiences will help the City develop a multi-year health and wellness plan that offers services and resources to best support our residents and community. The prepared plan will be reviewed by the Irvine City Council in the fall of 2023.
For more information about the City’s Health and Wellness efforts, visit cityofirvine.org/healthandhumanservices.
For questions about the survey, please contact FOR Families at 949-724-6650.
City of Irvine staff, along with 24 subject matter experts from 14 City partner agencies, comprise the Health & Wellness Community Engagement Committee. Together their goal is to increase collaboration, develop the methods in which we can serve the community, and engage stakeholders on the topics above. Partner agencies include:
|Be Well OC||Irvine Valley College|
|City of Hope||Korean Community Services|
|First Five||OC Office of Aging|
|Hoag||South Coast Chinese Cultural Association|
|Human Options||Tustin Unified School District|
|Irvine Unified School District|