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In the absence of patient advocate groups to advise hospitals on methods to improve health care and to help people overcome obstacles in obtaining adequate health care, human relations commissions will typically receive complaints about hospitals refusing to provide health care, being unable to communicate with non-English speaking residents and other issues relating to the inadequate provision of health care.

Commissions may examine the feasibility of assisting community groups to form a patient advocacy group, form a health committee to assure itself that hospitals are meeting the needs of the community, respond to complaints as they made or select some other appropriate option. When complaints of health care are chronic commissions may hold public hearings to publicize the issues and gain support for programs designed to remedy the problems.

Los Angeles County looks at how to handle mentally ill inmates in jails

By | July 1st, 2014|Health, Police & Community|

In another cell, an inmate who seemed to be hearing voices paced back and forth, muttering to himself. Still, he seemed better off than an inmate a few doors down whose cell had a sign that read “suicidal.”

http://www.dailynews.com/general-news/20140630/los-angeles-county-looks-at-how-to-handle-mentally-ill-inmates-in-jails

Daily News

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Before Brief, Deadly Spree, Trouble Since Age 8

By | June 2nd, 2014|Health, Intergroup Relations, Police & Community|

LOS ANGELES — It was the summer of 1999, and the parents of Elliot O. Rodger were battling over the boy’s deep and puzzling psychological problems as they struggled through a divorce.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/02/us/elliot-rodger-killings-in-california-followed-years-of-withdrawal.html?hp

The New York Times

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CAHRO 2014 Conference: Uniting California for Human Relations & Human Rights is about to begin

By | April 25th, 2014|Education, Events, Health, Immigration, Intergroup Relations, LGBT, Police & Community|

People are checking in. The conference will begin shortly. On the day’s agenda: presentations by Congresswoman Jackie Speier and Assemblymember Tom Ammiano, and workshops include such topics as mental health and law enforcement; racial justice and building healthy communities; immigration; youth and human rights; human trafficking; and transgender non-discrimination, training and law enforcement.

Thousands of young California immigrants eligible for health insurance but don’t often know it

By | March 19th, 2014|Health, Immigration|

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UNEQUAL TREATMENT: In healthcare, what makes Maine different?

By | March 19th, 2014|Health|

The northern part of the state is poor,

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Helping Young Black, Latino Men Succeed Through Support and Challenging Stereotypes

By | March 11th, 2014|Education, Health, Intergroup Relations|

When President Obama announced his $200 million My Brother’s Keeper initiative for Black boys, I wondered why Black and Latino men are still an enigma to the higher education community. Ten years ago I met Kenny, a chatty and bright student from metropolitan New York. He played lacrosse and was active in several student organizations.

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Tackling a Racial Gap in Breast Cancer Survival

By | December 20th, 2013|Health, Intergroup Relations|

MEMPHIS — After her doctor told her two months ago that she had breast cancer, Debrah Reid, a 58-year-old dance teacher, drove straight to a funeral home. She began planning a burial with the funeral director and his wife, even requesting a pink coffin.

Read more in The New York Times.

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Poor Black and Hispanic Men Are the Face of H.I.V.

By | December 5th, 2013|Health|

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