Veronica Flores

Veronica Flores, CHC CEO, Shares Strategies to Address Food Inequity

2022 Policy Priorities

2022 Policy Priorities

Community Health Councils (CHC) is a non-profit, community-based research, policy, and capacity building organization. This fact sheet identifies CHC’s 2022 public policy priorities and articulates how our team will pursue policy and systems change in the areas of health equity, reparations, and economic resiliency in 2022.

Areas of Focus

CHC has been at the forefront of systems change work to eliminate disparities in health and well-being.

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Healthcare Systems

CHC has been at the forefront in reducing disparities in health outcomes. We play a significant role in shaping public healthcare policies.
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Economic Resiliency

CHC identifies sustainable and systemic solutions to improve the economic resiliency for communities like South LA.
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Community Resiliency

CHC has been a catalyst in calling out inequities and advancing policies in South LA and other communities across the county, state and nation.

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The Social Change Institute works in partnership with community leaders to collectively build equitable systems. We build on their innate strengths to create sustainable movements.

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Learning For Equity MasterClass

Learning For Equity MasterClass

The L4E MasterClass is a series of learning modules that addresses the core competencies needed to support aspiring change makers in leading authentic, inclusive and sustained activities towards achieving a more equitable future. The modules are carefully crafted to...

Women Running for Office: Power, Politics, & Elections

Women Running for Office: Power, Politics, & Elections

Community are welcomed to join a Zoom webinar titled “Women Running For Office: Power, Politics, & Elections.” You’ll be joined by women leader candidates running for positions such as Mia Livas Porter (CA State Assembly 52nd District), Dr. Rocio Rivas (LAUSD Board...

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