Supporting community health and development through collaborative research and evaluation, teaching and training, and technical support and capacity building.
'I am striving to help contribute to safe and supportive communities where all our young people are able to thrive'
New federally-funded project led by Dr. Jomella Watson-Thompson builds on research to reduce youth violence
The Center for Community Health and Development offers a variety of services to support the work of promoting community health and development.
Community Check Box Evaluation System
Building Healthy Communities: Online Courses
Community Tool Box Training Curriculum
Capacity Building Trainings
Community Health Assessment and Planning
Facilitation of Community Processes
World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Community Health and Development
World Health Organization Collaborating Centre
KU's WHO Collaborating Centre for Community Health and Development received official designation by the World Health Organization in 2004. During these nearly 20 years, the Centre has worked to promote health and development with local and global partners.About the WHO Centre
Learn More About the Community Tool Box
The Community Tool Box is about empowering people with tools to change our world. Visit the Tool Box to discover thousands of pages of tips and tools for taking action on issues that matter.About the Tool Box