RSVP: ENACT Day 2024

Join PHI and partners on April 23, 2024 to celebrate the 20th Annual ENACT Advocacy Day.

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ENACT Day 2024

April 23, 2024: Sacramento, CA

Join PHI, CA4Health and partners to celebrate the 20th Annual ENACT Day, an opportunity for community members to share their expertise with California decision makers and advocate for better outcomes. During ENACT, participants will learn about current proposals, participate in group legislative visits, network with other advocates from across the state and more. These vital efforts are critical to further advance health equity across California, and make our voices heard on important issues.

Please complete registration by Friday, April 5th and note late registration may impact scheduling in-person legislative visits. We recommend individuals register in advance to secure your spot and will close registration two weeks before the event.



COVID Guidelines and Protocols

As public health organizations, we recognize that the pandemic is not over. We are excited to continue ENACT in person this year but are putting in place guidelines around COVID-19 to prioritize the health and safety of all participants. We understand that not everyone will be able to attend and there will be options to participate in parts of the day virtually. Please see the registration form for more detailed information on our COVID guidelines and safety protocols.

As conditions change, these guidelines and protocols may change as well. ENACT day organizers will inform all registrants about any changes.

ENACT Day is hosted collaboratively by: CA4Health, California Pan-Ethnic Health Network, California State University – Chico’s Center for Healthy Communities, Human Impact Partners, Nourish California, Prevention Institute, Public Health Advocates, Public Health Institute, community partners and others.

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