The Latino Coalition for a Healthy California, in partnership with Alameda Health Consortium, California Immigrant Policy Center, Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network, and Working Partnership USA, is developing regional advocacy infrastructure to create a regional Latino Health Agenda.
Latino Coalition for a Healthy California invites you to become a member of the BARN. As a member of the BARN, you will have an opportunity to discuss and collaborate with other local and regional health advocates on pressing Latino health issues. Meetings are held four times per year and members collaborate on a number of Latino health issues.
This year, the BARN has identified the following issues to include the regional Latino Health Agenda:
Facts on healthcare reform: Bay Area AB X 1 1 Fact Sheet
If you are interested in becoming a member of one of our Regional Networks,
please email Diana Garza @ email@example.com
November 9, 2011
September 16, 2011
June 3, 2011
March 31, 2011
The State Budget – Two-thirds is too much, Ellen Wu, MPH, Executive Director, California Pan-Ethnic Health Network
SB375 – Unless Our Communities Are Equitable, They Can Not Be Sustainable, Parisa Fatehi, Esq., Attorney and Equal Justice Works Fellow, Public Advocates Inc.
Federal Health Care Reform – Threats and Opportunities - Richard Figueroa, MBA, Program Manager, The California Endowment
Dra. Isabel - Video
Dr. Oz - Video
9 Points to ensure a Healthy California, The California Endowment