Each year, our programs and initiatives serve thousands of children in local communities through outreach, education and advocacy.
From community health improvement services to education and research—Children's Hospital Los Angeles collaborates with families, civic and community organizations, government agencies, educators, researchers, child advocates and policymakers to improve the health of the children and adolescents in local communities and across the region.
Education and Outreach
Children's Hospital Los Angeles is committed to educating and empowering members of the communities it serves. The hospital regularly conducts community outreach throughout the region to educate and inform residents on issues affecting their health and health care choices.
- Child Safety
- Family Health
- Teen Health
- Youth Development
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles also offers advocacy and media training opportunities for medical professionals and child health advocates.
- Los Angeles Healthcare Provider Alliance for Children
Our impact in both the local and international communities is regularly demonstrated in numerous reports as well as recognition received.
- Child Health Advocacy
- Community Benefit
- Community Health Needs Assessment
- Neighborhood Projects
- Recognition and Awards
In addition to providing insurance enrollment to families, a list of community partnerships can help direct them to receiving much-needed resources and support within the community.