At LCHC, we translate and disseminate accessible, credible, and actionable content surrounding emerging local and state policy and programmatic updates related to Latinx health equity issues to ensure our communities are informed of relevant policy and systems changes impacting their health and wellbeing. We do this through an array of targeted culturally and linguistically tailored strategic communications campaigns and programs disseminated across our media platforms and in partnership with our statewide and regional networks.

For Press

LCHC engages with the press to provide Latinx perspectives on the latest policy issues impacting our community’s health. For press inquiries click on the button below.

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For Partners

LCHC partners with organizations and coalitions to create original content including strategic messaging, graphic design, and collaboration on toolkits and campaigns. Want to collaborate with us? Let us know by clicking the button below.

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Digital media

LCHC creates social media campaigns that are in-language and in-culture to engage diverse audiences in digital advocacy and resource sharing across various social media platforms. Stay up to date on policy updates and resources by following us!

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Featured Op-Ed:

Latinos Voters Flex Their Power in 2020 Election

COVID-19 continues to have dire immediate and long-term impacts on the State’s Latinx community. Our policy priorities matter now more than ever. Read our Op-ed in CalMatters, where Dr. Jeffrey Reynoso and Dr. Seciah Aquino discuss Latinx electoral power and budget priorities for 2021 to promote Latinx health equity.

Current Campaigns

COVID-19 Vaccine Campaign: 

#PasaLaVoz

LCHC is partnering with the California Department of Social Services & the California Community Foundation on our “Pasa la Voz: COVID:19” campaign! Since February, we have been sharing information, facts, and resources about the COVID-19 Vaccine.

Our campaign’s purpose is to inform Latinxs about COVID-19 vaccine safety and resources to #StopThePandemic. We will continue sharing updates through the Fall with help from our partners at the state and local level. We will also be holding a series of informational “platicas” hosted by our network of Health Ambassadors in the Los Angeles, Orange and Ventura counties.

To keep up to date on vaccine updates, and for information on how to register for our platicas follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Past Campaigns

COVID-19 Educational Campaign: #LatinxCOVIDFacts

In 2020, during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic we saw a disproportionate number of cases among Latinxs in California.

This campaign aimed to inform our stakeholders as to why COVID-19 cases and deaths were higher in Latinx communities and issues (social determinants of health) that intersect with the spread of COVID-19 among Latinxs.

This campaign consisted for 6 weeks of daily content including original graphics, data & analysis, articles, and resources relating to COVID-19 in both English in Spanish across Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Get Out The Vote (GOTV) Campaign:

#NuestroVotoNuestroPoder

In the Fall of 2020, LCHC and iNation Media launched the ¬°Nuestro Voto, Nuestro Poder! campaign to Get Out the Vote (GOTV) among the Latinx community for the 2020 November General Election. The campaign consisted of research-based and non-partisan static images and videos that represent the diversity, beauty, and POWER of the Latinx and immigrant community in California. We partnered with 10 of the leading Latinx civic and immigrant rights organizations to reach our communities where they are and amplify our power through collective action.

We Have Rights Campaign:

#WeHaveRights

In 2017, LCHC launched the #WeHaveRights campaign along with our partners the Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative (CVIIC), UndocuMedia and Undocumented Tales. The campaign featured live Facebook Live discussions and short videos with community leaders on the topics related to legal rights to accessing healthcare and available services for immigrant communities.

Digital Advocacy

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