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Race & Ethnicity Data: Search Results: Reports, Policy Briefs, and Other Resources

This resource offers the first statewide study by and about immigrant youth on health care access in California.

This annual report analyzes the demographics of California's uninsured population.

This report analyzes the demographics of California's uninsured.

This report examines how California counties plan to respond to changes in financing and coverage under the ACA to provide health care to the medically indigent.

This report provides local data describing the need for nutritious, affordable food and the extent to which the federal nutrition programs can address that need.

This policy brief examines increases in consumption of soda and other sugar-sweetened beverages among youth in California.

This fact sheet details the coverage options available for immigrants under the Medi-Cal program. Also available in Spanish.

This fact sheet provides a brief overview of the Local Control Funding Formula and how it can be an opportunity to improve the health of students of color in California.

This report examines the health status and health care use of undocumented immigrants and suggests policy alternatives that could improve their access to health care.

This report provides an overview of mental health in California, including disease prevalence, suicide rates, the state's care delivery system, supply and use of treatment providers, and access to care.

This report, developed with the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum, Consumers Union, and the National Council of La Raza, examines developments in health information technology and offers policy recommendations for how advancements can best improve health in all communities.

This fact sheet, developed in partnership with UCLA Center for Health Policy Research and the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education, provides an update to the 2012 report and examines how language barriers might impact enrollment in Covered California (the Health Benefit Exchange).

As cited on KidsData.org, this resource provides data by race/ethnicity on the percentage of students in California that have completed the courses required for the University of California and/or the California State University system.

This searchable database provides public health information for California's diverse population. Results on a variety of health topics are produced for the entire state and for most counties. The survey takes place every two years.

As cited on KidsData.org, this resource provides data by race/ethnicity on the level of school connectedness students report across California.

As cited on KidsData.org, this resource provides data by race/ethnicity on the number of children in foster care in California.

This resource from the California Department of Public Health provides data, a standardized set of statistical measures, and tools that can be used to plan healthy communities and evaluate the impact of plans, projects, policy, and environmental changes on community health.

This fact sheet includes data to illustrate the need to fully expand Medi-Cal with culturally and linguistically appropriate outreach efforts to enroll the newly eligible, two-thirds (67%) of whom are from communities of color and more than one-third (35%) of whom speak English less than very well.

This brief focuses on the causes of our state's fiscal crisis, highlights the devastating impact of cuts, and illustrates the dire need for new revenues.

Funded by the California Program on Access to Care and developed in conjunction with the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, through in-language focus groups, this brief identifies ways to outreach to and enroll communities of color in coverage under the ACA.

Utilizing data from KidsData.org and funded by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health, this fact sheet examines factors such as poverty, school safety, and high school drop outs, and their impact on health disparities in Alameda County.

Utilizing data from KidsData.org and funded by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health, this fact sheet examines factors such as poverty, school safety, and high school drop outs, and their impact on health disparities in Fresno County.

Utilizing data from KidsData.org and funded by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health, this fact sheet examines factors such as poverty, school safety, and high school drop outs, and their impact on health disparities in Los Angeles County.

Utilizing data from KidsData.org and funded by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health, this fact sheet examines factors such as poverty, school safety, and high school drop outs, and their impact on health disparities in Orange County.

Utilizing data from KidsData.org and funded by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health, this fact sheet examines factors such as poverty, school safety, and high school drop outs, and their impact on health disparities in Riverside County.

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