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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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For additional information on trainings, material or resources, contact the Health DATA staff.

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Community Partners

Since its inception in 1997, Health DATA participants have included a diverse array of organizations serving the health, social, and political needs of their respective communities. Some of the participants have included the following organizations. Note: Website links to listed organizations may expire without notice.

Data & Democracy Training Initiative Community Partners:

AltaMed Health Services
California Department of Health Services/Indian Health Program
California Pan-Ethnic Health Network
California Poison Control Systems
Fresno Center for New Americans
Fresno Inter-denominational Refugee Ministries
L.A. Care Health Access
Latino Health Access
Network of Promotoras and Community Health Workers
Orange County Asian Pacific Islander Community Alliance (OCAPICA)​
United Way of San Diego County
West Fresno Health Care Coalition
Whittier Health Center/SPA 7 Los Angeles County Dept. of Health Service 

Other Past Participants