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We’re Hiring! Open position for Executive Assistant at our Sacramento Office.

LCHC is looking for a Full-Time Executive Assistant for our Sacramento Office. Join us in the advancement of health equity and justice today!     POSITION SUMMARY: Provides assistance to the Executive Director, including board activities, publications, volunteerism, and special events planning, to create and maintain favorable public image for the non-profit organization by performing…

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LCHC supports women who lead the way to make all communities safer and healthier by speaking out against sexual assault and harassment in the workplace.

  LCHC supports women who lead the way to make all communities safer and healthier by speaking out against sexual assault and harassment in the workplace. Latino Coalition for a Healthy California stands in solidarity with women across our country who are survivors of sexual harassment and sexual assault in workplaces and are speaking up…

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How to Help Latino Seniors? Ask Them

Ari Gonzalez, a 65-year-old Sacramento resident, knows it could be worse. She has diabetes, but uses Medicare to help cover her health costs. She struggles to make ends meet, but takes care of her nutrition needs through the use of Supplemental Security Income at local farmers’ markets and grocery stores. But for some of her…

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To Help Latinos Age Well, We Need to Address Inequities

  Norma has been working since she was a teenager. She started working as a farmworker, then became a cannery worker and now works in childcare. Despite decades of hard work—sometimes holding down two jobs—now at 60 years old, she is unsure if she “will ever be able to retire,” said Norma, whose name has…

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‘La orden ejecutiva de salud de Trump es engañosa’

Organizaciones y entidades de salud señalan que medida firmada por el Presidente sería devastador para los usuarios de Obamacare La neuva orden ejecutiva crea ofertas de seguro de salud médico más baratas y fuera del estado. Entre otros cambios, permitirá que las personas puedan comparar y comprar seguros fuera de sus estados de residencia; algo…

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PRESS RELEASE: LCHC Statement on End of DACA Program

The Latino Coalition for a Healthy California (LCHC) reaffirms its commitment to the immigrant rights movement. Sacramento, CA | September 5, 2017 In light of the recent actions to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, the Latino Coalition for a Healthy California (LCHC) reaffirms its commitment to the immigrant rights movement. LCHC’s Executive…

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Statement on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Latino Coalition for a Healthy California strongly condemns any actions to end the DACA program Sacramento, CA | August 31, 2017 This week it was reported that the Trump Administration is set to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The Latino Coalition for a Healthy California–representing health care providers, consumers, and advocates…

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Meet our New Executive Director, Dr. Jeffrey Reynoso

The Latino Coalition for a Healthy California is excited to welcome our new Executive Director, Dr. Jeffrey Reynoso. Dr. Mary Maddux-Gonzalez, LCHC Board Chair announced, “The Latino Coalition for a Healthy California is proud to welcome Dr. Jeffrey Reynoso as our Executive Director. Jeff brings great vision, commitment, and expertise to the leadership of LCHC. He…

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Fellowship Opportunity with Open Society

Deadline: January 10, 2017 Location: San Diego, CA Apply online here. The Open Society Foundations’ Youth Exchange, in partnership with the Human Rights Initiative and the Open Places Initiative, seeks applicants for its Community Youth Fellowships. The fellowships come with an award of $60,000 for full-time, 18-month projects (prorated for part-time or 12-month projects). The…

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Announcement for Executive Director position.

Executive Director Posting

For more information on the Executive Director position, click here. Position Summary The Executive Director serves as the head and most visible advocate of the leading organization in the state for addressing health concerns of the Latino community through public policy and advocacy.  The Executive Director oversees the development and implementation of LCHC’s operational and…

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