Health Education & Health Equity

Afghan Health Leadership Consortium (Afghan Coalition)
The Afghan Health Leadership Consortium is a program of the Afghan Coalition in Fremont. The health topics discussed are unique to the Afghan Community and are focused to service providers, educators and community leaders. After the crisis in Afghanistan, the focus of the Consortium has been on issues relating to the needs and problems of the new arrivals and solutions that address those special needs.
African Advocacy Network
The African Advocacy Network (AAN) is a San Francisco-based nonprofit founded in 2009 to serve the growing Diaspora of African and Afro-Caribbean immigrants. AAN provides immigration legal services, case management, and social integration services based on a unique Cultural Brokering model.
Alameda County Health Centers – Alameda Health Consortium
CHCN health centers are based in Alameda County, California, and have extended services to surrounding counties. The eight CHCN health centers which make up the Network, currently serve more than 130,000 people at more than 94 sites of care. Many of the health centers also provide mental health, dental and preventive health programs.
AlcoholHelp
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AlcoholHelp is a free online information hub that creates educational articles about substance misuse, and co-occurring behavioral and mental health disorders for people of all demographics nationwide.
Asian Community Wellness Program – North Alameda County (Korean Community Center of the East Bay)
Asian Community Wellness Program (ACWP) provides mental health wellness outreach, awareness, education, consultation, stigma reduction, counseling services, and case management support to East Asians (Chinese, Mongolian, Korean, Japanese), and other Asian and Pacific Islanders (API) community members in North Alameda County. In addition, ACWP provides culturally responsive and trauma-informed services and access to community resources without insurance requirements.
Asian Health Services
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Asian Health Services provides health, social, and advocacy services for all regardless of income, insurance status, immigration status, language, or culture. Our approach to wellbeing focuses on “whole patient health,” which is why we provide more than primary care services, including mental health, case management, nutrition, and dental care to more than 50,000 patients in English and 14 languages: Korean, ASL, Lao, Burmese, Mandarin, Cantonese, French, Mien, Karen, Mongolian, Karenni, Tagalog, Khmer, and Vietnamese. We offer medical, dental, and mental health services for all ages.
Asian Pacific Partners for Empowerment, Advocacy, and Leadership (APPEAL)
Asian Pacific Partners for Empowerment, Advocacy and Leadership (APPEAL) is a national organization working towards social justice and a tobacco-free Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AA and NHPI) community.

Our Mission: To champion social justice and achieve equity and empowerment for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and other Pacific Islanders by supporting and mobilizing community-led movements through advocacy and leadership development on critical public health issues.
Bay Area Immigrant and Refugee Services
Bay Area Immigrant and Refugee Services (BAIRS) provides comprehensive services that assist all Immigrants and all refugees in gaining self-sufficiency, no matter where in the US.
California Health Collaborative
The California Health Collaborative is committed to addressing the health needs of Californians with special emphasis on underserved communities with limited access to resources or who face barriers related to culture, language, income, education, gender, geography or immigration status.
California LGBTQ Health and Human Services Network
The California LGBTQ Health & Human Services Network is an LGBTQ-specific Health Advocacy Organization, bringing together more than 60 non-profit providers, community centers, and researchers to advocate collectively for state level policies and resources that will advance LGBTQ health.
Center of Excellence for Immigrant Child Health & Wellbeing
The Center of Excellence for Immigrant Child Health and Wellbeing (CoE) (at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals in San Francisco and Oakland, California) serves as the infrastructure for collective action to address the health of children in immigrant families through education, evidence-based clinical services, and advocacy.
Service Area
Bay Area
Cultural Y Bienestar – Countywide (La Clínica De La Raza)
Cultura y Bienestar is a Latino focused Mental Health Prevention & Early Intervention program that provides Outreach, Education and Consultation to the Latino Community. This program employs Mental Health Specialists, Community Health Educators/Promotores and Traditional Healers to provide promotion and prevention activities and brief early intervention services.
Service Area
Alameda County
Filipino Advocates for Justice
Filipino Advocates for Justice (FAJ, formerly known as FAA, Filipinos for Affirmative Action) has been an advocate for immigrant and civil rights by providing direct services, developing leaders, and organizing and advocating on issues important to the Filipino community as a historically underserved ethnic minority. We serve at-risk middle and high school-age youth, low-wage workers vulnerable to exploitation, and the newly arrived immigrants and undocumented, by helping them navigate the challenges of life in the US.
Service Area
East Bay
Global Communication Education & Arts
GCEA's mission is to advocate, educate empower, and train African immigrants & African American communities in the Bay Area.
Service Area
Bay Area
Korean Community Center of the East Bay
KCCEB’s mission is to empower immigrants in the Bay Area through access to education, services, resources and advocacy. We help individuals get needed resources at critical moments in their lives and offer opportunities to empower themselves, their families and community for health and wellness.
Service Area
Bay Area
La Clínica de la Raza
La Clínica provides multi-lingual, accessible full-scope health care services in the East Bay, no matter a patient’s income level or insurance status.
Service Area
Bay Area
Latino Coordinating Center for a Tobacco-Free California
The Latino Coordinating Center for a Tobacco-Free California (LCC) is a program of the California Health Collaborative (CHC) in partnership with the University of Southern California (USC), funded by the California Department of Public Health- California Tobacco Control Program.
Service Area
Statewide
Monument Impact
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Monument Impact is a community-based nonprofit dedicated to building skills, resources and power within immigrant, refugee and low-income communities in Concord. Located in the Monument Corridor, one of the most densely populated communities in the Bay Area, our community members are engaged in identifying solutions to the challenges and barriers they face to achieving economic prosperity.
Service Area
Bay Area
Pacific Center for Human Growth
Pacific Center for Human Growth is the oldest LGBTQIA+ center in the Bay Area, the third oldest in the nation, and operates the only sliding scale mental health clinic for LGBTQIA+ and QTBIPOC people and their families in Alameda County.
Service Area
Alameda County
Parivar Bay Area
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America’s only transgender-led and transgender-centering organization led by Global South Asian transgender individuals. Paviar serves with the intention of cultivating a community of light, love, and acceptance and strives to serve as an organization for transgender economic justice, health care equity, intersectional unity, social inclusion.
Service Area
Bay Area
Racial & Ethnic Mental Health Disparities Coalition (REMHDCO)
REMHDCO stands for the Racial & Ethnic Mental Health Disparities Coalition.  Since late 2007, REMHDCO has been a statewide coalition of individuals from non-profit state wide and local organizations whose mission is to work to reduce mental health disparities through advocacy for racial and ethnic communities.
Service Area
Statewide
Statewide Pacific Islander Asian American Resource and Coordinating Center (SPARC)
Aims to foster collaboration and communication among those working to reduce tobacco-related disparities among the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities.
Service Area
Statewide
Street Level Health Project (SLHP)
Street Level Health Project (SLHP) is an Oakland-based community center dedicated to improving the wellbeing of underinsured, uninsured, and recently arrived immigrants in Alameda County.
Service Area
Alameda County
We Breathe (California LGBTQ Health and Human Services Network)
We Breathe provides expertise on working with LGBTQ communities, preventing and reducing tobacco use among LGBTQ Californians, and addressing tobacco-related health disparities within LGBTQ communities, to help funded projects reach their goal to eliminate tobacco use by 2035 in California.
Wellness in Action (Center for Empowering Refugees and Immigrants)
Wellness in Action is a community workforce training and development program for paraprofessional community mental health advocates from unserved and underserved refugee and new immigrant communities in the Bay Area.
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