SANDAG conducts research and evaluates the effectiveness of public health programs in the San Diego region.
Past Public Health Projects
Development of a message targeted to high-risk individuals in order to prevent HIV infection and evaluatation of its subsequent effectiveness.
Evaluation of a program that targeted at-risk youth, families, and the community to receive outreach and education through an integrated curriculum of HIV and substance abuse prevention strategies.
During the five-year program, SANDAG conducted a program evaluation and prepared semi-annual reports.
An evaluation of a pilot project involving Vivitrol, a medication that inhibits an addict from experiencing the high that comes from opiate use.
An evaluation of the formative, process, and impact evaluations of the project.
Evaluated the City of San Diego's Clean Syringe Exchange Pilot Program.