Our Partner Organizations
AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION (ALA)
The American Lung Association (ALA) in California has been addressing the lung health needs of Californians for more than 100 years and is one of the oldest voluntary health agencies in the country. Now in its second century, the mission of the American Lung Association is to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through education, awareness, advocacy and research. The Lung Association is dedicated to providing support and education for those living with asthma, lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and fighting external threats to lung health such as tobacco, air pollution, and more.
AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION
Michael Olivarez, Advocacy Manager
HEALTH OUTREACH PROGRAM (HOP)
The Health Outreach Program is a school-based health insurance outreach and enrollment program developed in Partnership by LACOE. The partnership consists of state Certified Enrollment Entities, Certified Enrollment Counselors and Certified Educators. The program goal is to increase health care access for eligible students 0-18 years and families in Los Angeles County through Medi-Cal and Covered California, as well as other free or low-cost health programs.
HEALTH OUTREACH PROGRAM
Babara J. Wilson, M.S., Coordinator
LA COUNTY FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE (FNL)
The Los Angeles County Friday Night Live Program is a youth development, advocacy and student leadership program operating since 1984 with over 30 years providing service throughout Los Angeles County. The mission of FNL is to build partnerships for positive and healthy youth development which engage youth as active leaders and resources in their communities.
FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE
Dr. Monica Sanchez, Coordinator
WORKSITE WELLNESS LOS ANGELES (WWLA)
Worksite Wellness L.A. was founded in 1996 with the mission, "To improve the health status of low income, medically underserved families through workplaces in Los Angeles County." WWLA has extensive experience reaching out to this population composed of uninsured, low-income workers who are predominantly Latino immigrants. The agency partner with numerous health and human services organizations to deliver comprehensive health prevention programs.
WORKSITE WELLNESS LA
Adriana Sanchez, Advocacy Manager