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Principles of Equity

 

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Community Health Improvement Plan

 

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Actions and Annual Reports

Principles of Equity

The Principles of Equity were developed by the Task Force and adopted by the LA County Health Agency to transform its practices to ensure equity. (Developed February 2018)

Task Force Advocacy

The Task Force has written the following advocacy letters on multiple community health-related issues.

Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)

The Task Force plays a key role in developing the Department of Public Health’s Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP), a multi-year strategic plan for Department of Public Health (DPH) and community partners to collectively build equitable and healthy communities. As leaders from various sectors that impact public health, Task Force members apply their diverse perspectives to prioritize critical equity issues and set long-term goals that require strategic collaboration to achieve. For our next CHIP (2021-2026), currently under development, the Task Force selected these three priority areas: 1) environmental justice; 2) affordable housing; and 3) violence prevention. Fully believing that partnerships are key to achieving success in these three arenas, the Task Force co-hosted with DPH a number of community meetings with diverse stakeholders to identify key strategies for the next CHIP. Similarly, the Task Force was a strategic partner when developing our current CHIP, and members prioritized the protection of public health near neighborhood oil and gas development sites as the key focus of the current CHIP’s implementation efforts. For more information, go to Protection of Public Health Near Oil and Gas Development.

Task Force Annual Reports

The Task Force has submitted the following annual reports to the Board of Supervisors outlining their annual priorities and activities.

2019 annual report submitted to the Board of Supervisors
Progress Report 2019

2018 annual report submitted to the Board of Supervisors
Progress Report 2018

2017 annual report submitted to the Board of Supervisors
Progress Report 2016 - 2017

 
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