Integrated Health Committee Meeting
Feb 4th, 2020
2:00 pm-4:00 pm
742 N La Brea Inglewood 90302
We will be discussing social determinants of health; resource book can be accessed here:
LARRP Integrated Health Committee Meetings
California County Fact Sheets:
2020 Peoples Guide Now Available!
- The NEW State Rent Control law
- Real ID—who needs one and how do you get it?
- The latest information on DACA for immigrant youth
- How you can expunge convictions to help with job searches
- WIC is going to an EBT card system
- What are Blue Cars and how can you use them
- Diaper banks
CalAIM Webinar Slides
Each of the CalAIM proposals will be discussed in at least one public venue. While the majority of the CalAIM proposals will be discussed through the workgroup process, some proposals will be covered only in the Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC), the Behavioral Health Stakeholder Advisory Committee (BH-SAC), or other existing stakeholder venues. For a list of CalAIM proposals and the stakeholder meeting(s) where they will be discussed, click here. This month, CalAIM will be discussed at the following public meetings:
Please save the date for the CalAIM Long-Term Services & Supports convening on February 24, 2020. The Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) is hosting this convening to discuss its proposal to expand access to integrated care for dual eligible Californians.
The public is welcome to attend all CalAIM workgroup meetings in person, or by phone or computer audio (via the links below). All meetings will be held at 1700 K Street in Sacramento, in the first-floor conference room.
Naloxone Training Videos
The LA County-sponsored naloxone training (jail release) videos are available for public use via the links below. There are various versions in English and English with Spanish subtitles. More videos will be rolling out in the coming months.
Overdose Prevention Training Video - 4 min (ENGLISH)
Overdose Prevention Training Video - 15 min (with SPANISH subtitles)
Committee meetings will be held every first Tuesday of the month
Integrated Health Committee
The Integrated Health Committee is preparing to reconvene re-entry stakeholders dedicated to improving the comprehensive mental health, physical health, and substance use needs of the reentry population by addressing inequity across systems of care and increasing access to care.
The Integrated Health Committee has just reformed. Please stay tuned for more information coming to this page shortly!