Community Health Councils (CHC) is a non-profit, community-based health education and policy organization. Established in 1992, our mission is to promote social justice and achieve equity in community and environmental resources to improve the health of underserved populations.

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President Obama’s November 2014 executive order on immigration could have a profound impact on many Angelenos’ immigration status and ability to access health coverage.

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The owners of Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza have submitted preliminary details to the City Planning Department for a large-scale redevelopment that would replace the site’s surface parking and peripheral commercial buildings with 2 million square feet of new building space.

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The land of sunshine, celebrities, and world-famous beaches is also home to 5,000 active oil and gas wells. These wells are spread across 10 oil fields and 70 different sites embedded in neighborhoods, parks, and commercial districts throughout the City of Los Angeles.

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With less than six months of operation, the My Health L.A. program has already surpassed half of the enrollment target of 146,000. 

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The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors recently approved a $3.5M study to identify County park and open space needs.

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Lark Eloise Galloway-Gilliam Legacy Memorial Fund

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