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Coalitions & Projects

Our coalitions work through community-driven processes to achieve policy, systems, and environmental change.

Covering Kids & Families (CKF) is a statewide coalition to expand coverage and reduce barriers to enrollment in public health coverage programs so all children and families in California have timely access to affordable, quality healthcare.

LA Access brings together and builds the capacity of organizations conducting outreach and providing consumers with enrollment and utilization assistance for publicly-sponsored health coverage.

ABC Project is CHC's effort to directly help families enroll in and utilize low-cost or no-cost health insurance programs.

Community Advisory Group (CAG) provides ongoing feedback to CHC on policy recommendations from the perspective of residents and patients experienced with the South LA healthcare safety-net system and resource environment.

South Los Angeles Healthcare Leadership Roundtable is a collaboration of safety-net providers working to eliminate policy and structural barriers to the delivery of quality healthcare in South Los Angeles.

Food Policy Roundtable works to make it easier for residents to obtain fresh, wholesome food.

Coalition for an Active South LA (CASLA) combats chronic disease by changing the built environment and promoting increased physical activity in South LA.

Other CHC Websites

Let's All Get Covered was launched June 2013 to help Los Angeles County residents live healthier, happier lives.You can find information about the new healthcare landscape and learn about the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare).

Know Your Digits! Be in Control. was designed to educate African Americans and Latinos in L.A. County on the importance of managing and preventing hypertension. The campaign was launched in 2014 to increase understanding of high blood pressure prevention and management.

LA Open Acres was launched in 2014 to provide a much-needed database of the open, accessible lands in Los Angeles. As many Angelenos know, the city can be severely impacted by vacant, blighted and otherwise abandoned spaces. But vacant spaces can be healthy places—and we saw an opportunity to transform these lands into vibrant parks and playgrounds and even affordable housing for our much-loved city.