UCSF-Affiliated Coronavirus COVID-19 Community Resources

The following are links to Google documents that are being updated regularly.* These Google documents contain links embedded inside them to resources in several languages.

Estos documentos contienen enlaces a recursos en otros idiomas.






(*PLEASE NOTE: Due to high traffic, the Google Doc links have indicated that some functionality may be limited. Please check back often, as these are living documents that are updated regularly).



Welcome to the Center for Community Engagement

The Center for Community Engagement (CCE) coordinates and facilitates UCSF community-academic-health/healthcare partnerships to promote civic engagement and foster health and well-being. We leverage UCSF’s role as an anchor institution with the goals of creating opportunity, advancing equity and improving health outcomes.


UCSF should be as accessible to the community as the public library.

Sudeep Motupalli Rao, PhD

Former UCP Council Member




    CCE Partnership Grants Program

    Applications for Fiscal Year 2019/2020 are closed. 

    More information here or contact Aisha Queen-Johnson



    Featured Partnership - Spotlight

    Read about collaborations between UCSF and community partners to advance health equity and how those partnerships are supported by the Center for Community Engagement.

    Bayani Kabataan (Youth Heroes): A Photovoice Study with Filipino Youth in Union City

    Despite the fact that Filipinos comprise the second largest group of Asian-Americans in the United States, few studies have focused on social and structural determinants of health affecting Filipino communities and Filipino youth. Photovoice is a youth-led participatory action research method that develops youth capacity to advocate for community change through data collection that can inform health interventions and policy.

    As part of the Center for Community Engagement’s (CCE) Partnership Grants Program, the CCE awarded UCSF’s School of Medicine and PRIME-US student, Bernadette Lim, with a RAPTr (Resource Allocation Program for Trainees) grant to conduct the Photovoice study.

    The research project explored Filipino youth perspectives regarding the impact of their environment – including physical space, social determinants of health, and structural forces – on their physical and psychosocial health.

    Partners: Filipino Advocates for Justice.