Author archive for Public Health Advocates

  • City of Perris Unanimously Adopts 3rd Healthy Default Drinks in Kids Meal Ordinance in the Nation

    Perris, CA, March 15, 2017 – The Perris City Council made the healthy choice the first choice on Tuesday,...

    by
  • ENACT Day 2017

    Join us in Sacramento to support healthy food and physical activity environments in California and tell legislators that investing...

    by
  • Sacramento Bee article “Diabetes has become one of America’s most expensive diseases”

    Public Health Advocates Executive Director Harold Goldstein was recently quoted in a Sacramento Bee article about diabetes in America....

    by
  • Widespread economic disparities in poverty and child poverty rates among California counties

    A new fact sheet from the California Budget & Policy Center shows the widespread economic disparities in poverty and...

    by
  • Cheers to a New Year!

    Happy New Year and thank you for a great 2016! We believe that everyone has the right to be...

    by
  • Thank you for your support in 2016

    Public Health Advocates would like to thank you – our donors, funders, community partners, and supporters – for another...

    by
  • Colton and Placentia residents share ideas for improving city parks

    On Monday, November 28, 2016, PHAdvocates partnered with Kounkuey Design Initiative to conduct an in-depth Complete Parks Advocacy Workshop...

    by
  • Advocates expecting new soda tax money for health programs aimed at obesity & diabetes prevention

    With new soda taxes recently passed in Albany, Oakland, and San Francisco, health advocates are expecting soda tax money...

    by
  • REACH 4 HEALTH: North Stockton Community making strides in health, wellness, and safety.

    STOCKTON, CA, November 10, 2016 – Emerald Pointe Townhomes, Public Health Advocates, and Public Health Services of San Joaquin...

    by
  • NPR article “Souring on Sweet? Voters in 4 Cities Pass Soda Tax Measures”

    New NPR article “Souring On Sweet? Voters In 4 Cities Pass Soda Tax Measures” quotes Harold Goldstein, executive director...

    by