Existing Community Partners

The Partnership for Healthy Communities is engaged in over 40 strategic initiatives with various degrees of involvement to support local and national partnerships, ranging from alignment via board and committee memberships, to engagement in campus-community partnerships around multi-sector, coordinated efforts to impact social and environmental factors that promote well-being.   The university as a whole collaborates with organizations both locally and globally.  Some existing community partners include:


Spotlight on Expanded Partnerships:

With project coordination from UD’s Center for Community Research and Service (CCRS), Public Policy students worked with Wilmington’s Northeast Blueprints Community and NOAA to conduct an environmental impact assessment of an EPA Brownfields Redevelopment Project for the Brandywine Riverfront in Northeast Wilmington.

Expansion to health-focus: PHC was invited by Northeast Blueprints and CCRS to coordinate additional UD support and help lead student efforts in conducting a Health Impact Assessment (HIA) for the project. Read more

Interested in becoming a partner? Email PHC-info@udel.edu.