The Liberty City Community Collaborative for Change: A BUILD Health Challenge targeted a Miami-area community that is characterized by poverty, lack of food access, low educational attainment levels, and violence, including disproportionately high rates of physical, sexual, and child abuse. These attributes lead to trauma, chronic stress, and mental and physical health outcomes, such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and high blood pressure. The project addressed crime and violence in Liberty City as barriers to community health. Health care, public health and community leaders worked together to: 1) Identify and address root causes of crime-driven health outcomes. 2) Leverage community and health resources. 3) Strategically plan for improved public safety, using evidence-based and community-designed crime prevention and restorative justice interventions.