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Center for Civic Partnerships
(PHI program 1991-2016)

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For twenty-five years, the Center for Civic Partnerships (CCP) provided leadership and management support to build healthier communities and more effective nonprofit organizations. CCP provided training, technical assistance, and tools, and was the home of the California Healthy Cities and Communities Network which promoted positive physical, social and economic community environments that supported the well-being of community members. This program ended in 2016.

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