Revised on
11/18/19 11:36am

About the Well-being Program

Health and Well-being group photo

 

 

Vision

UC Davis is the healthiest community in the nation
 

Mission

Develop, promote and support a thriving culture of health and well-being throughout the UC Davis community
 
We will accomplish this by:
  • Creating comprehensive, integrative and collaborative leading practice programs

  • Providing staff and faculty with support, information and tools to engage in healthy behaviors and to prevent injury and illness

  • Advocating for policies, institutional practices and a built environment that makes the healthier choice the easier choice

  • Harnessing the intellectual capacity of the University of California to develop research and practices to continuously improve the well-being of our community

  • Aligning and leveraging resources to strategically manage risk and reduce cost

 

Value Statements

Health and well-being can be learned and practiced to continually enhance quality of life. Individual health and well-being includes awareness, commitment and open-mindedness. Community health and well-being includes collaboration, integrity and inclusion. 

 

Contact us for more information about our program's events and offerings, including how to make your next event more healthy, sustainable and mindful.

Staff and Faculty Health and Well-Being Program

Nutrition, Food Safety, Physical Activity, Mindfulness, Health and Well-Being

 

Stacey Brezing, MS, Director of Staff and Faculty Well-being
sbrezing@ucdavis.edu, 530-752-6094

 

Neesha Patel, PhD, Behavioral Health Consultant
drnpatel@ucdavis.edu, 530-752-6073

 

Linda Adams, RD, Registered Dietitian
lwadams@ucdavis.edu, 530-752-6800

 

Keavagh Clift, MPH, Special Services Program Manager
kclift@ucdavis.edu, 530-752-4561

 

Connie Tan, MPH, Program Coordinator
tctan@ucdavis.edu, 530-752-6106
 
Angelina Padilla, Student Assistant

 

Elana Schulman, Student Assistant