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Los Angeles Reentry Collaborative featured on CACHI site!

Los Angeles Reentry Collaborative had their profile highlighted on the CACHI site. CACHI has supported the launch of 37 Accountable Communities for Health (ACHs) to provide a powerful framework for tackling inequities by breaking down barriers and promoting a new way of working together, including the LA Reentry Collaborative. They featured the Collaborative this month on their site.



"Los Angeles County is home to one of the largest populations of formerly incarcerated individuals, with one-in-three California prisoners coming home to LA after serving their sentences, mostly settling in Central and South Los Angeles. In the heart of the city, the LA Reentry Collaborative Accountable Community for Health (ACH), with backbone leadership from the Center for Council, has launched a multi-sector partnership centered around building resilience and fostering connection within the reentry community—and those who serve it.


“Social connection significantly improves the health and well-being of all individuals,” says Jared Seide, Executive Director of the Center for Council. “It’s as important to humans as food and water. The ongoing crises of loneliness, mental illness and domestic and political violence are directly linked to our lack of opportunities to connect with one another.""


You can read the rest of the profile here.






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