Enhancing Community Health: Outreach, Equity, and Support

Enhancing Community Health: Outreach, Equity, and Support

Enhancing Community Health: Outreach, Equity, and Support Webcast

This is a recording of a live webinar which took place 11/7/23

Convened by the California Primary Care Association (CPCA), the CSHN is a multi-sector partnership representing health, housing, transportation, and food insecurity sectors. This session features three key presentations: "Outreach and Enrollment Workforce Support: Challenges and Strategies" by Health Outreach Partners, "Promoting Health Access and Equity through SDOH" by the Western Center on Law and Poverty, and "Overview of Training Materials by the California Protecting Immigrant Families Outreach and Communications Workgroup" by CPCA. These presentations provide valuable insights and tools to reduce barriers in outreach, enrollment, and redetermination processes, ultimately enhancing community health through effective outreach, equity promotion, and support for immigrant families.


  • Identify common challenges and effective strategies in outreach and enrollment for community health centers, including tools to reduce barriers.
  • Understand the role of social determinants of health (SDOH) in promoting health access and equity, and learn about tools available through Medi-Cal.
  • Gain knowledge of the training materials and communication strategies used by the California Protecting Immigrant Families Outreach and Communications Workgroup to support immigrant communities, focusing on reducing barriers in outreach, enrollment, and redetermination.


  • Meghan Erkel, Senior Program Manager. Health Outreach Partners
  • Whitney Francis, Peter Harbage Fellow, Western Center on Law & Poverty
  • Elizabeth Oseguera, Assistant Director of Policy, California Primary Care Association

There is no cost.


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