Inland Wellness Information Network

Healthy Food

Inland Wellness Information Network (IWIN), a California nonprofit public benefit corporation, has challenging programs and projects that contribute significantly to the quality of life in the Inland Empire. Our mission is "To promote public health by disseminating medical knowledge and information to the general public without charge." IWIN is governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees:

Nabil Razzouk, PhD, President
Victor Ching, MD, Vice President
Bryan Reid, Esq., Secretary/Treasurer
Alison Elsner, Executive Director
Marcie Coffey, MPH
Vanessa Long, RN, MSN
Maira Simental, MD
Leslie Yonemoto, MD

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Healthy Life Choices Video Contest Winners

And the winners are...

  • 1st Place High School Division - Olivia Lara, Upland High, "Drug Use, Consequences, & Choices"
  • 2nd Place High School Division - Jenavieve Parial, Chino High, "Body Image"
  • 3rd Place High School Division - Nick Sablan, Cajon High, "The R Word"
  • 1st Place Junior High School Division - Zach Gutierrez, Richardson High Prep Middle School, "Food"

Below is an overview of additional programs and activities.

Inland Empire Coverage & Health Initiative (IE-CHI) is a collaboration of agencies and organizations (public and private) in the counties of San Bernardino and Riverside who support comprehensive children's health insurance coverage and service. The IE-CHI is a member of the State collaborative: California Coverage Health Initiative (CCHI). We are focused on helping children and families navigate into affordable health coverage and have access to high quality health services.

Mission Statement: To ensure that all children have access to affordable, quality health care in the counties of San Bernardino and Riverside.

Funding: IE-CHI is funded by grants from Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP), Molina Health Care, the Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (CHIPRA), and The California Endowment.

Live & Then Give (LTG), is designed to improve health and save lives by making more donated organs and tissues available in the Inland Empire. LTG is a collaborative partner of the Southern California Donate Life Network (SCDLN). A major role of LTG is to promote the state's online organ registry. Register to become a donor and get the facts at Donate Life California (