We believe that domestic violence and inequities in health are the result of deep rooted, systemic issues such as racial, gender, and economic inequities. We therefore know that sustainable and long term solutions to these problems need to be addressed directly at the source.
A behind-the-scenes look at our campaign to shift perceptions.
Reports of violence have increased in California over the past several years, but our reliance on criminal ...Read more »
How would our society look different if we responded to racism with the same urgency as COVID-19? Read more »
In this interview, Foundation President & CEO Debbie Chang discusses how women can transform public health. Read more »
Returning from a flight a few weeks ago, I climbed into a rideshare at San Francisco International Airport. At the end of...Read more »
I get together with a small group of close friends from law school every year. We’ve been friends since before we had...Read more »
A Pathway to Prevention: How a life course perspective can help break the cycle of domestic violenceMay 7, 2019
Recently, I was in Oakland’s Chinatown neighborhood when I heard a couple fighting across the street from me.Read more »
This article orignally appeared in Blue Shield of California's Newscenter, ...Read more »
Addressing Intimate Partner Violence as a Social Determinant of Health in Clinical Settings: this brief shares...Read more »
Living in an Immigrant Family in America: How Fear and Toxic Stress Are Affecting Daily Life, Well-Being, & HealthJanuary 12, 2018
With the Trump administration pursuing new restrictions on immigration and increased immigration enforcement, the...Read more »