The “Fast Food Restaurant Policy in a Food Desert: A Health Impact Assessment” reports on results of a health impact assessment (HIA) study conducted to project the impact of a proposal that would have made changes to South LA’s existing fast food density policies on health-related indicators in the community. While the proposal did not go through, the reports highlights the complexity of combating poor health outcomes and the need to have a comprehensive approach that is multi-faceted and long-term.
- Racial and Ethnic Gaps for Uninsured in CA
- We All Need Parks!
- Funding Community Health Workers through Medi-Cal
- CHC Issues New Request for Proposals for First 5 LA Best Start Region 2
- The Healthy California for All Commission: Where We’ve Been and Next Steps
- Recall or Not?
- Learn More About the Inglewood Oil Field Complaint Process
- Learning 4 an Equitable Economy Factsheet
- CHC partners with Higher Education and the Business Community to Promote Business Growth for Women of Color Entrepreneurs in South LA
- CHC supports Medicaid Waiver Which Would Help Address Some of the Social Determinants of Health