We communicate and work as a team, and we partner with the community to solve problems.1
We undertake to be open, honest and accountable in our relationships with everyone we work with and with each other.1
We will strive to reach consensus in all decisions.
We are communicative about any actions or campaigns planned outside of the coalition but directly relating to LA Health 4 All’s vision in order to present an image of solidarity to decision makers, stakeholders, and consumers.
We encourage member organizations to engage in work that supports the coalition’s vision and to see the coalition as a source of support. The intent of the principle of transparency is not to restrict or discourage member organizations from pursuing actions and campaigns on their own, but to maximize the coalition’s strengths and efficacy.
Fiscal Integrity Sources:
We will only accept funding that does not compromise our ability to address issues freely, thoroughly and objectively.2
1. Example Vision Statementsand Guiding Principles from Strategic Plans
2. A statement of vision, values and guiding principles for Transparency International
L.A.Health4All Coalition is formed with the purpose of working together to strengthen the Los Angeles county health safety-net infrastructure in order to improve health care quality and access for the remaining uninsured.
November 19 L.A.Health4All Coalition sends letter to DHS with recommendations towards the creation of a comprehensive consumer focused health coverage program in Los Angeles County that will reduce the number of the remaining uninsured.
April 16 Press conference and rally on the need for healthcare coverage for all the remaining uninsured in Los Angeles County
April 29 DHS and CCALAC Stakeholder Meeting
May 20 OneLA Day of Action at County of LA Hall of Administration
May - July Meetings with the Board of Supervisors about the implementation of My Health LA (MHLA)
July 7 DHS and CCALAC Stakeholder Meeting
November 4 DHS and CCALAC Stakeholder Meeting
L.A.Health4All Coalition hosted 4 community forums in collaboration with DHS and the Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County to educate over 150 consumers about this program in English, Spanish, and Korean:
September 25 San Fernando Valley (bilingual Spanish)
October 7 South Los Angeles (bilingual Spanish)
October 14 San Fernando Valley (bilingual Spanish)
November 6 San Fernando Valley (bilingual Spanish)
Winter 2014 - 2015
December 8 DHS and CCALAC Stakeholder Meeting
March 23 L.A.Health4All Coalition sends letter to DHS offering MHLA program recommendations related to program capacity and funding, enrollment options, marketing & outreach, data collection & reporting, and coordination of care based. The recommendations were informed by the consumer engagement forums as well coalition’s expertise helping ethnically diverse, low income communities and immigrant populations to access, use and retain health coverage.
Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE)
American Federation of State, County, City, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)
ACLU of Southern California
California Family Health Council
California Immigrant Policy Center
Children’s Defense Fund
Clinica Monseñor Oscar A. Romero
Coalition of Humane Immigrant Rights Los Angeles (CHIRLA)
Community Health Councils
Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles
Hunger Action Los Angeles
Korean Resource Center of Los Angeles
Immigrant Youth Coalition
Labor United for Universal Healthcare
Maternal and Child Health Access
National Immigration Law Center
Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles
ONE L.A. IAF
Planned Parenthood, LA
Saint John’s Well Child and Family Center
SEIU/UHW (United Healthcare Workers West)
Service Employees International Union Local 721 (SEIU 721)
The Wall Las Memorias Project
UMMA Community Clinic
Visión y Compromiso
1. Letter to DHS with recommendations towards the creation of a comprehensive consumer focused health coverage program in Los Angeles County that will reduce the number of the remaining uninsured
2. Consumer Engagement Forums Summary
3. Letter to DHS offering My Health L.A. program recommendations related to program capacity and funding, enrollment options, marketing & outreach, data collection & reporting, and coordination of care based.
For more information about L.A.Health4All and how to join please contact email@example.com or 323.295.3972