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 ALERT: New tool helps community groups analyze environmental health data


The ALERT curriculum is designed to build the capacity of community representatives to understand and analyze environmental health data, develop action plans, establish partnerships, and develop and enhance their training capacity in order to bring new knowledge and skills back to their communities.

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Learn more about the ALERT project.

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Past Participants

Able Bodies Learning Environment

Access for Infants and Mothers (AIM)   
AIDS Service Center
American Indian Counseling Center
Asian American Senior Citizens Service Center
Asian American Drug Abuse Program
Asian Pacific American Legal Center
Black Voice Foundation
Cambodian Family, Community Coalition
CARAL Pro-Choice Education Fund
Census Data and GIS Special Information for Groups
Center for American Indian Research and Education
Center for Food and Justice
Center for Health Care Rights
Central City Lutheran Mission
Children's Dental Health Clinic
Children's Planning Council
City of Montclair/First Five
Coalition for Community Health
Coalition of Orange County Community Clinics
Collective SPACE
Community Access Center

Community Health and Social Epidemiology Programs, CSULB
Community Health Programs
Community Health Systems, Inc.
Community Partners Council
County of Los Angeles, Dept of Health Services, Office of AIDS Programs and Policy
County of San Bernardino
Del Amo Action Committee
Dental Coalition for Needy Children
Department of Children's Services (Kinship Support Services Program)
Desert Sierra Partnership: Promoting Breast & Cervical Health (Inland Agency)
DHS, Area Health Office SPA 3 SPA 4
Downtown Chlamydia Mobilization Project
East Valley Community Health Center, Inc.
East Yard Communities for Env. Justice
FAME Renaissance
Family Services Assoc of West Riverside
Fontana Native American Indian Center
Fringe Benefits
High Desert Partnership for Kids
Highway & Hedges, Information & Referral Network, Inc.
Hope Through Housing Foundation
Kinship Educational Programs / Compton Family Child Care ASSN
LA County Department of Health Services, Public Health - Whittier Health Center
LA USD/Manual Arts High School
Little Tokyo Service Center
Long Beach Partnership for the Public's Health
Loveland Church Health and Fitness Ministry / The Nutrition Network
Multi-Cultural Area Health Education Center (MAHEC)
Partnered for Progress
Pico/Union-Westlake Cluster Network
San Bernardino County/ Temple Community Outreach Center
Standly Solutions Consulting
Stepping Stones of San Diego 

Thai Community Development Center 

Vision y Compromiso
Vision Youth: Child and Family Initiative  

Visiting Nurse Community Services  

Watts Health 

Westside Health Coalition 

Women’s Health Rights Coalition