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HHS Network CA

Health and Human Service Network of California

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About

We are a network of advocates, consumers, and allies working together for strong health care and human services in California.  We are statewide, diverse, and grassroots.  Our network includes people who care about health care, home care for seniors and disabled people, emergency food and food stamps, domestic violence shelters, independent living centers for people with disabilities, child abuse and neglect prevention, women’s health care, community health clinics, AIDS prevention and care, and more — in other words, the basic human needs we all share.

Convening groups for the network include the Western Center on Law and Poverty, Health Access, California Partnership, and California Immigrant Policy Center.

For more information about the Health and Human Services Network, our vision for California and what we stand for, click here.

What We Do

We have come together to act on shared priorities — right now, we’re advocating for a “Family Recovery Plan” in the new State Budget to focus on creating jobs, building a safety net when jobs aren’t there, and maximizing federal funds.  The alternative — continued deep cuts to families and vital investments in people — will only make the recession longer and family suffering harsher.

Check out the news coverage of our events by clicking here.

Be sure to also check out our Updates & Analysis for the latest response from the HHS Network of California and our partners on the Governor’s 2010-11 budget, introduced on January 8, 2010.

For more general information on the California state budget, be sure to check out our Budget Info page, which includes informational links, reports and other tools.


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