An infitity (figure 8) symbol made of three colored ribbons in Pacific Oaks colors. Orange for the college, Green for the childr

We are the heart and the hub of Pacific Oaks. We align the scholarship and knowledge of our college and children's school to support the​ work ​of our community partners, and we bring our partners' resources to serve our students' needs.

    • We focus on community health outcomes and involve Pacific Oaks students as the agents of change.

    • We organize our work with co-equal partners to promote community well-being.​

    • We believe in a targeted universalist approach, which directs targeted strategies and resources​ to achieve universal goals.

    • We concentrate on population accountability instead of program outcomes. 



Contact Us

Geoff Albert
Director, CCSI
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