Building the Capacity of Public Health to Advance Equity

The National Collaborative for Health Equity (NCHE) and Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University (Milken Institute SPH) of Washington, DC; along with Prevention Institute (PI) of Oakland, Calif., will take stock of existing public health departments’ practices and policies relevant to equity, community engagement, and social determinants of health. Using this data, they will identify opportunities and strategies that health departments can employ to advance racial, social, and health equity.

CULTURE OF HEALTH LEADERS

Applications for the next cohort of Culture of Health Leaders open January 11, 2019. This is a leadership development opportunity for visionary individuals from all sectors and professions. Successful applicants value learning and collaboration, and want to increase their influence in building thriving communities where everyone has a fair shot at attaining the best possible health and well-being.

If this sounds like you, we encourage you to apply!

Introducing a New Brand

COLLABORATIVES FOR HEALTH EQUITY

The National Collaborative for Health Equity is proud to partner with leaders around the country working to advance health equity. This initiative, formerly known as Place Matters, seeks to improve community conditions for health under a new brand identity: COLLABORATIVES FOR HEALTH EQUITY.

Health Opportunity and Equity (HOPE) Initiative

The HOPE Initiative provide a snapshot of the nation’s progress toward health equity. They also offer metrics to track and compare progress within and across states, overall and for specific race, ethnic, and SES groups. In doing so, these measures can help states: identify strengths and gaps in opportunity; inform population- and sector-specific policy priorities to improve opportunity; spur cross-sector dialogue; and provide a platform for states to exchange experiences to improve opportunity.

Health Equity Leadership & Exchange Network (HELEN)

The Health Equity Leadership & Exchange Network (HELEN) is a collaborative effort between the National REACH Coalition, Morehouse School of Medicine, and the National Collaborative for Health Equity.  The HELEN project will strengthen health equity leadership and increase the number of sustainable campaigns that play an important role in offering community education and mobilization.

National Collaborative for Health Equity - Working with people, partners, and a purpose

EVERYONE DESERVES A CHANCE TO ACHIEVE THEIR BEST POSSIBLE HEALTH

Working in coalition with partners and other movement building organizations, the National Collaborative seeks to be a repository of knowledge and innovation in health equity.

We recognize and honor the deep knowledge, power, and resiliency of communities of color, and leverage that power to promote solutions that help create healthier more sustainable places to live, work and play.

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Ensley Alive launches “Branding Ensley”

Ensley Alive launches “Branding Ensley”

Articles | September 16 2019

Birmingham, AL…Ensley stakeholders launch initiative to honor Ensley jazz greats while enticing patrons to visit downtown Ensley retailers. Branding Ensley is an initiative developed by Bettina Byrd-Giles, CEO of The Bethesda Life Center, Inc....

NCHE Leadership Transition

NCHE Leadership Transition

Announcements | September 9 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 9, 2019 Contact: Michael K. Frisby 202-625-4328/[email protected] NCHE LEADERSHIP TRANSITION: DR. GAIL C. CHRISTOPHER TO SUCCEED EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND CO-FOUNDER DR. BRIAN SMEDLEY WASHINGTON, DC –...

1619-2019: From Slavery to Mass Incarceration

1619-2019: From Slavery to Mass Incarceration

Articles | September 5 2019

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CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
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NCHE in Solidarity with The Poor People’s Campaign – A National Call for Moral Revival
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
ACTION Lab
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P3 Summit – Sarita Gupta
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
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NCHE in Solidarity with The Poor People’s Campaign – A National Call for Moral Revival
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
NCHE in Solidarity with The Poor People’s Campaign – A National Call for Moral Revival
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
CoHL in Seattle, WA
P3 Summit – Felipe Tendick-Matesanz
P3 Summit – Dr. Brian Smedley
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CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
NCHE in Solidarity with The Poor People’s Campaign – A National Call for Moral Revival
CoHL in Seattle, WA
Collaboratives for Health Equity
NCHE in Solidarity with The Poor People’s Campaign – A National Call for Moral Revival
NCHE in Solidarity with The Poor People’s Campaign – A National Call for Moral Revival
Dr. Brian D. Smedley
CoHL in Seattle, WA
CoHL in Seattle, WA
CoHL in Seattle, WA
P3 Summit
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
Collaboratives for Health Equity (CHE) Roadmap
P3 Summit – Sari Bilick
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
CoHL in Seattle, WA
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
NCHE in Solidarity with The Poor People’s Campaign – A National Call for Moral Revival
P3 Summit – Terrence Wise
P3 Summit – Sulma Arias
Into to Why Place Matters
P3 Summit – Reverend Alvin Herring
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
P3 Summit – Kent Key
CoHL in Seattle, WA
CoHL in Seattle, WA
NCHE in Solidarity with The Poor People’s Campaign – A National Call for Moral Revival
NCHE in Solidarity with The Poor People’s Campaign – A National Call for Moral Revival
CoHL in Seattle, WA
P3 Summit – Kitzia Esteva-Martinez
CoHL in Seattle, WA
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI
ACTION Lab – Dr. Brian Smedley
CoHL Convening in Detroit, MI