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Advancing Prevention and Equity Together

CA4Health is an inclusive statewide community of practice made up of people and organizations working to advance chronic disease prevention and health equity in California. We do this by creating and supporting opportunities for peer networking, capacity-building, information sharing, and advocacy actions. We believe that increased collaboration, fostering non-traditional partnerships, and tackling tough challenges together will create impactful, lasting change in California.


CPEHN's Voices for Change Conference

September 12, 2018  9:00 am to 5:00 pm in Los Angeles

CPEHN’s biennial Voices for Change Conference

When:       September 12, 2018 (9:00am – 5:00pm)
Where:      The California Endowment: 1000 Alameda St., Los Angeles, CA 90012

Taking Action to Promote Health Equity–Lessons from The California Endowment’s Building Healthy Communities Project

Tuesday, September 18, 2018 10:30 am 

As a part of this effort, TFAH is launching a four-part Web Forum series called Taking Action to Promote Health Equity—Using the Lessons from Cutting-Edge Practices to Improve Health and Well Being. Our goal is to shine a bright light on some of the most compelling and replicable activities that help advance health equity. Program speakers will share their lessons learned through practice and experiences that are transferable to diverse community settings—large or small, urban or rural—and with substantial or minimal resources. And while a few of the examples may be familiar, the Web Forum series will feature excellent work that has not received much national attention.

CA4Health Perspectives Virtual Meet-Up on Housing Justice

Tuesday, ​September 25th at 12:30pm PST

The movement to ensure all Californians have access to quality, affordable housing has been growing. Join us on September 25th from 12:30-2:00pm as we explore tangible strategies being employed across our California communities to advance housing justice and health equity.


OCTOBER 22-24, 2018 | SAN DIEGO, CA

The 39th annual national Healthy Teen Network conference is a capacity-building professional development and networking opportunity for professionals who work with youth. Specifically, we will address the need to ensure access to high quality and youth-friendly evidence-based and innovative sexuality education and services, and to shore-up and expand policies and practices that respect and meet the needs of youth and young adults, including those who are pregnant and parenting.

APHA 2018

APHA's 2018 Annual Meeting and Expo will take place Nov. 10-14 at the San Diego Convention Center (111 W Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92101). Learn more about the APHA 2018 theme, "Creating the Healthiest Nation: Health Equity Now."

Health Equity Now: Ending Police Violence

Public Health Justice Collective
Monday, November 12, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (PST)



ROI Calculator for Partnerships to Address the Social Determinants of Health

The calculator is designed to assist community-based organizations and their medical partners in creating mutually advantageous financial arrangements for funding the delivery of social services to high-need, high-cost (HNHC) populations. These populations, which account for a disproportionately large share of health care expenditures, often have clinically complex conditions, cognitive or physical limitations, and/or behavioral health problems. These complex care populations are likely to benefit most from a holistic model of care that addresses the social determinants of health.

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Achieving Rural Health Equity and Well-Being; Proceedings of a Workshop

 This Proceedings of a Workshop synthesizes the discussions held at the workshop, highlights the speakers’ perspectives on rural health equity and well-being, and provides an overview of showcased initiatives and approaches to meeting the particular challenges and opportunities in improving health in rural communities.

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Understanding Marijuana Webinar Series

CA4Health's 3-part webinar series provided key understandings of the effects of marijuana on our health and how to address the long-term residual consequences of its criminalization in our communities. View recordings:

Marijuana and Our Health: What we do and don't know

Marijuana and Communities:  Criminalization, Impact, and Moving Forward

Marijuana and Public Health:  Opportunities for equitable policies and approaches

Walking Towards Justice series:  The Criminal Justice System's Impact on Walking and Walkability in Low Income and Communities of Color

Panelists discuss discrimination within our criminal justice system and how it intersects with the work (e.g., Vision Zero, safety outreach and education, equitable enforcement, etc.) being done by walkability advocates.

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