August 2022
International Day of the World’s Indigenous People is observed on August 9th each year to raise awareness and protect the rights of the world's indigenous population. This event also recognizes the achievements and contributions that indigenous people make to improve world issues such as environmental protection.

Learn more here.
World Humanitarian Day is observed on August 19th and honors humanitarian aid workers worldwide. Established by the UN in 2009, it commemorates the anniversary of the bombing of the United Nations headquarters in Iraq, where 22 people, including the UN’s High Commissioner for Human Rights, lost their lives.

This day also shines a light on the hundreds of thousands of volunteers, professionals, and crisis-affected people who deliver urgent health care, shelter, food, protection, water, and much more.

Learn about their life-saving work and share
Welcome to CIE, Traveler's Aid San Diego
The Workforce Income Share Agreement (ISA) Fund uses a financing tool called an income share agreement that pays eligible participants to attend UCSD Extension and get professional certificates.

The student must pay the fund a small % of their income if they make more than $40,000 a year after graduation.

The fund also provides career coaching and other support services to help participants overcome certain economic barriers.
Referral Spotlight

Community Mediation Services

Offers a confidential meeting between disputing parties and a trained, neutral mediator who guides a discussion of issues toward a mutually acceptable agreement. Mediators do not take sides or decide how a dispute should be resolved.

Using CIE, you can send a direct referral to connect clients to NCRC's Community Mediation Services. To find this service, Sign-in to the CIE Partner Community and search for "Community Mediation Services."
 The Social Interventions Research and Evaluation Network (SIREN) is hosting this free, virtual, multi-day conference on Sept 15, Sept 27, and Oct 12 (each day from 9-12 pm PT) to explore how social care research can become a stronger tool for advancing racial health equity. Presentation and discussion topics will include discrimination in health and social care; the use of equity assessments and equity outcomes in social care research; and strategies for centering lived experience expertise in social care design and evaluation. For details and to register, click here.
2022 Community Information Exchange
California Forum
August 25-26, 2022 | San Diego, CA
San Diego State University's Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center
Aligning California: Maximizing Opportunities to Advance Local Community-Led Networks

California is leading the nation in community health and systems change innovation. Recent local and state policy proposals prioritize funding to support data-sharing infrastructure, with an emphasis on technology-enabled person-centered care models. The Community Information Exchange (CIE) model can be used to design systems that meet the needs of Medicaid recipients and other vulnerable populations while prioritizing local community governance.

We’re bringing together CIE organizations and other stakeholders from across California to explore how we can leverage the CIE to achieve systems change and prepare for future funding opportunities that support community health.
View the Updated Agenda and Speakers!
Can't come in person? Check out the Hybrid Options
CIE Monthly Orientation
Why join?
This meeting is for new and current CIE partners who may need some support with engaging and navigating CIE.
CIE partners who have new staff this is a great way for new team members to learn more about CIE.

Topics Discussed:
What is CIE?
Roles & Responsibilities
CIE Partner Network
Ways to Engage in CIE
Uses of CIE
Getting Started
Next Steps
Second Tuesday from 9:30–10:30 am

Meeting Dates:

Sept. 13, 2022
Oct. 11, 2022
Nov. 8, 2022
Dec. 13, 2022
Cal Aim Affinity Group Sign-Up
A cohort model to support using CIE to enhance Cal AIM services:

  • Increase enrollments
  • Find contact leads
  • Increase encounters
  • Closed-loop referrals
  • Over 4 months,
  • 4 cohort meetings/ 2 check-ins
CIE Monthly Office Hours

Reach out to the CIE Helpdesk to schedule a training session for you and your team.
Keep Your Services Updated

Providing accurate referrals would not be possible without your commitment to providing us with the most up-to-date information.

To update or add new programs and services to your agency profile in the 211 San Diego database, sign in to the partner community or connect to our dedicated Resource Team at 
CIE Partner Gathering

The CIE Partner Network works to improve the overall service delivery system for clients. Our meeting provides a forum for partners to share updates about ongoing CIE Initiatives, share trends in our community, and collaborate on how we as a network are leveraging our partnership, data sharing, and the CIE technology platform to address the social determinants of health and increase health equity.

Join us for a range of content. Each month, we may dive into the latest technology projects, elicit feedback on the platform’s care coordination tools, or spotlight programs and supports for unique populations. The partner gathering is a space to engage with peers across our shared network. Join us on the 4th Thursday of every month (except November and December) at 9:00 am via zoom.

The next CIE Partner gathering is on September 22 at 9:00 am
Reminder: No meeting in August
211 San Diego is Hiring!
Alpha Project for the Homeless is Hiring!
See all opportunities here.

To apply and see other opportunities, click here.
International Rescue Committee is Hiring!
See all opportunities here.

Click on each to see the description.
San Diego Workforce Partnership is Hiring!
See all opportunities here.

Click on each to see the description.
To include your positions in our next newsletter, please email by
September 10, 2022.

We look forward to sharing your opportunities!