Public Health Alliance of Southern California
The Public Health Alliance of Southern California is a collaboration of leaders from Southern California local health departments, which are statutorily responsible for the health of over half of California’s population. The Alliance addresses regional chronic disease prevention through upstream multi-sector policy and systems and environmental change. Current priority initiatives include multidisciplinary collaborations advancing transportation; food environments; and healthy community data indicators. The regional approach provides a mobilized, collective public health voice to actively promote the health of all Southern Californian communities.
Public Health Alliance of Southern California – Governing for Health Equity
Project will increase the capacity of public health departments in Southern California to learn best practices on governing for racial and health equity.
Public Health Alliance of Southern California – Health Disadvantage Index
Project will provide support for public health stakeholders’ engagement with the California Environmental Protection Agency on next generation improvements to the disadvantaged neighborhoods.