• 3731 Stocker Street, Suite #211 Los Angeles, CA 90008
  • (213) 909- 0985
  • Mon-Sat:  8:00am-4:30pm   Sun:  Closed
L.A. Families Fighting Flavored Tobacco: Press Release on Carson Measure to End All Flavored Tobacco Sales

L.A. Families Fighting Flavored Tobacco: Press Release on Carson Measure to End All Flavored Tobacco Sales

STATEMENT ON CARSON MEASURE TO PROTECT YOUTH HEALTH, END ALL FLAVORED TOBACCO SALES FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 14, 2020Contact: Daisy Vieyra, daisy.vieyra@berlinrosen.com, 805-612-4710 CARSON, Calif.–In the midst of a national e-cigarette epidemic, members of the Carson city council voted Tuesday to pass a local ordinance ending the sale of all flavored tobacco […]

Read More
Healio Primary Care: FDA bans most e-cigarette flavors

Healio Primary Care: FDA bans most e-cigarette flavors

As examined in this Healio Primary Care article, the FDA’s recently announced ban on the sale of most cartridge-based e-cigarette flavors does not include two of the most popular flavors, tobacco and menthol. HHS Secretary Alex Azar says that companies which do not stop the manufacture, distribution and sales of […]

Read More
Janet’s Good News: ACPHC–This Month’s Spotlighted Charity

Janet’s Good News: ACPHC–This Month’s Spotlighted Charity

The online publication Janet’s Good News highlights the work of courageous individuals and grassroots organizations that are changing the world for the better. They have chosen African Communities Public Health Coalition as this month’s spotlighted charity. African Communities Public Health Coalition (ACPHC) was founded by Senait Admassu and a focus […]

Read More
Black Immigrant Youth Empowerment Project (2018-2019)

Black Immigrant Youth Empowerment Project (2018-2019)

Black Immigrant Youth Empowerment Project (2018-2019)By Dr. Richard Cervantes and Diego Fuentes “African American and Black immigrants do not have a clear definition of mental health, because people in this community do not readily speak about mental health or mental illness.” Introduction Participants were recruited by the President of African […]

Read More
AFRICAN AND CARIBBEAN REFUGEE CRISIS AT THE TIJUANA BORDER

AFRICAN AND CARIBBEAN REFUGEE CRISIS AT THE TIJUANA BORDER

This week the United Nations General Assembly held the first-ever Summit for Refugees and Migrants. The shared goals of the summits focused on the increase in the number of refugees worldwide. Refugees are a subset of the more than 65.8 million displaced people globally and include approximately 21 million men, […]

Read More
ECMHTE PROJECT

ECMHTE PROJECT

The ECMHTE Project is a joint effort of Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (LACDMH) and the African Communities Public Health Coalition (ACPHC) to reduce the stigma of mental illness in the Ethiopian community, and to set a precedent of using culturally appropriate mental health education when working with […]

Read More