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17 12, 2015

Expanding Access to Safe, Healthy and Sustainable Foods

2017-02-14T22:59:02-08:00Categories: , , |

Organization: CA Conference of Directors of Environmental Health (CCDEH) Summary: The California Conference of Directors of Environmental Health (CCDEH) is engaged in assessing policy and statutory changes needed to reduce food waste through adapting food safety and solid waste program responsibilities. The purpose of this innovation is to move the focus of public environmental health [...]

17 02, 2017

Clinic in the Park Goes Mobile

2020-01-19T08:39:08-08:00Categories: , , , , |

Using public space, Clinic in the Park is an innovative, collaborative, replicable model adaptable to non­traditional sites. The Clinic offers free one-stop-shop services to: 1) connect underserved children to health services, public benefits, and community resources; 2) provide safety net screenings, including screenings for food security, health literacy, medical and dental home; and 3) deliver health education.

13 01, 2023

What’s New


What’s New: Data Dashboard for Aging This page highlights what’s new on the Data Dashboard for Aging and will be updated quarterly to reflect the latest changes. Select the strategy of interest for a list of recent updates and enhancements by indicator. A summary of these updates and enhancements includes: Five new [...]

16 02, 2017

Integration of Behavioral Health in LAC+USC Primary Care Adult Clinics

2020-01-19T08:39:09-08:00Categories: , , , , |

The Primary Care Behavioral Health model in our Primary Care Adult Clinics integrates social workers and psychiatrists into the primary care medical home team. All nursing staff, medical assistants, clerks, and primary care providers are trained in their respective roles in screening, diagnosis, and referral for social and behavioral conditions.

17 12, 2015

Petaluma Bounty

2017-02-14T22:40:32-08:00Categories: , , , |

Organization: Petaluma People Services Center Summary: Petaluma Bounty is a community-based nonprofit that helps people grow their own healthy food, collects and redistributes surplus food, and provides affordable fresh food to low-income families and seniors. Petaluma Bounty addresses food insecurity, diet-related disease, food waste, community food resiliency, and barriers to volunteering to support these community [...]

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