First Annual Equity & Economic Empowerment Health Expo

Banner logo from Caltrans Bay Area that reads

Everyone is Welcome!

Tuesday February 6, 2024

Caltrans District 4 Auditorium
111 Grand Ave, Oakland CA
10AM to 3PM

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND:

In our endeavor to combat health, societal and financial inequities and disparities within BIPOC and marginalized communities, residing in the 9 Bay Area counties, E4E aims to address and bridge gaps serving a California for ALL. You can expect engaging tabling and insightful panel discussions led by esteemed cultural influencers and thought leaders from a diverse range of non-profits, local, and state agencies. These sessions will offer a wealth of cost-free giveaways, tools, and resources, empowering you to lead a more fulfilling life.

  • Educational Resources: Fit Checks, Dental Kits, Financial Literacy, Mental Health, Medi-Cal & CalFresh Applications, LGBTQIA+, Food Dists., & Career Awareness Info.
  • Health Check-Ups i.e., Diabetes and Colorectal Screenings
  • Panel Discussions with Health, Financial, and IT Professionals on topics such as Generational Wealth, Digital Divide Gap, Health Disparities Amongst BIPOC & Underserved Communities, and more!
  • CHP Bike Safety-Helmet Giveaway & Car Seat Safety Coordination

RSVP to the Event

Interested in attending? You can RSVP for the event here. This is optional and not required to attend.

Caltrans District 4 Equity & Economic Empowerment Health Expo Preview

External Partners

Health Equity & Wellness Partners

Native American Health Center Logo for the Native American Health Center. Features a circular logo with an icon of a brown bison on top of a white conical tent. To the right of the logo is the text

https://www.nativehealth.org/

Native American Heath Center will provide a Land Acknowledgement at the start of our inaugural celebration.

Native American Health Center will be providing equitable representation of Native  American health services i.e., dental, medical, behavioral health, cultural services, & workforce development.


Logo for Kaiser Permanente. Features an icon of three blue silhouettes behind a white multi-pronged star. The text Kaiser Permanente

https://kp.kaiserpermanente.org/

Kaiser Permanente will be highlighting Thrive Local - an online directory of available community-based programs and services.

Kaiser Permanente will discuss the Medi-Cal Redetermination-rules, explaining what has happened and how people can continue to access Medi-Cal.


John Muir HealthJohn Muir Health logo.

https://www.johnmuirhealth.com/

John Muir Health will table and panel on the rising need for behavioral health which is a common request right now. It will also highlight their outpatient center in Concord which services all regardless of what insurance they have.


Umoja Health Bay Area Umoja Health Logo

https://www.umojahealth.org/

Through Umoja Health cancer educators from the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center's Office of Community Engagement will table and provide blood pressure checks, diabetes screening, cancer education, and colorectal cancer screening, and will also provide at home COVID-19 tests.


Sutter HealthSutter Health logo.

https://www.sutterhealth.org/

Sutter Health will provide materials curated on various health subjects while focusing on heart health to honor February - American Heart Month. Sutter will also engage with on-site fitness activities and trivia while providing giveaways!


Project Smile Global Log for Project Smile Global. Features an image of a tooth and toothbrush inside a circle with the words

https://www.projectsmileglobal.org/

The Project Smile Global- San Francisco Chapter will be providing education around oral hygiene and will provide dental kits with sand timers, toothbrushes, tongue scrappers, oral instruction pamphlets. Resource sheets and information on nearby clinics.

 


Pacific Center for Human GrowthLogo for the Pacific Center for Human Growth

Home | LGBTQ+ Services | Berkeley | Pacific Center for Human Growth

Pacific Center will share information on its plethora of services for the LGBTQIA+ community which include health care support, homeless support, social advocacy work on mental health.

 


Economic Empowerment and Financial Partners

Patelco Credit UnionLogo for Patelco Credit Union

https://www.patelco.org/

Patelco Credit Union will share a Financial Simulation on budgeting, an app for younger people geared towards High School juniors/ foster youth. The Simulation helps youth get ready and to stay ready financially.

Patelco Credit Union will also panel on Generational Wealth and Financial planning with a focus on Equity.


Golden 1 Credit UnionLogo for Golden 1 Credit Union

https://www.golden1.com/

Golden 1 Credit Union will educate on its credit and banking services and will provide Financial Literacy while highlighting its services that are available to everyone regardless of citizenship. 


Capital OneLogo for Capital One café

https://www.capitalone.com/

Capital One will offer education on Credit Restoration, Credit Health, and first time home buying.


Travis Credit UnionLogo for Travis Credit Union

https://www.traviscu.org/

Travis Credit Union will raise awareness around its Math City Money Program, which offers basic hands-on experience through scenario-based activities. Travis Credit Union will also be highlighting issues on identity theft and building credit.


WealthWaveLogo for Wealth Wave. Logo says

https://wealthwave.com/

Wealth Wave will highlight Fundamental and Essential 7 Money Milestones needed to achieve Generational Wealth.

 

 


AFLACTwo logos side-by-side for the Coalition of California State Workers and AFLAC.

https://www.aflac.com/individuals/products/default.aspx

Aflac will highlight the importance of being covered with a focus on cancer prescreening benefits and how, once diagnosed, this Aflac plan covers experimental treatment.


Logo for Pacific Service Credit UnionPacific Service Credit Union

www.pacificservice.org

Pacific Service Credit Union is dedicated to providing trustworthy products and services to its members to help them achieve their financial goals and strengthen their financial lives. They will be highlighting the free financial counseling and interactive education courses they provide to members to help them begin the journey to financial freedom.


Education & Workforce Development Partners

Saint Mary’s College of CaliforniaSaint Mary's College of California logo

https://www.stmarys-ca.edu/

St. Mary’s College of California will be sharing information on its BALOS Program, a Degree completion program geared to fulltime working individuals.

 


University of San FranciscoUSF University of San Francisco logo

https://www.usfca.edu/

USF will highlight its Bachelor of Management-Degree Completion Program, which is designed and aim for working adults. This is a 2-year program that meets adults where they are.


Environmental Partners

CalRecycleCalRecycle logo

https://calrecycle.ca.gov/

CalRecycle will be raising awareness around the Plastic Pollution Responsibility ActSB 54 and the key piece of its health impacts.


California Department of Fish and WildlifeCalifornia Department of Fish & Wildlife logo

https://wildlife.ca.gov/

CDFW will educate on its programs such as Fishing in the City, which details how to accommodate fishing in urban cities.

CDFW will also provide information on how to access publics lands, and advise on free fishing and hunting days, as well as how to obtain reduced licensing.

 



California Air Resource BoardCalifornia Air Resources Board logo

https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/

CARB provide resources on its programs and incentives geared to equitably serve and outreach to minority communities.


Tech Partners

GoogleGoogle logo

http://www.google.com/

Google will share if efforts around transportation and help mitigate the effects on impoverished areas which are being affected the most.  Google will discuss how it is looking into redirecting traffic at certain areas to help improve negative effects.

 

 


City of Oakland Partners

City of Oakland City of Oakland logo

https://www.oaklandca.gov/

Mayor Sheng Thao and Deputy Mayor Dr. Kimberly Mayfield will provide a Keynote on how to leverage Equity through the city of Oakland and the public we serve.


Safety Partners

California Highway Patrol - Golden Gate DivisionCalifornia Highway Patrol - Golden Gate Division logo

https://www.chp.ca.gov/find-an-office/golden-gate-division

California Highway Patrol will highlight its Bicycle Safety Program, where they will hand out helmets, slap bracelets, and education around bike safety.

CHP will also coordinate its car safety program in which they will schedule car seat safety with participants.


The California Office of Traffic SafetyCalifornia Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) logo

https://www.ots.ca.gov/

The California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) will highlight its grants and various safety programs dedicated to making California roadways safe for ALL. Learn about the Go Safely Movement and how to be a Traffic Safety Champion: https://gosafelyca.org/.


Partners Providing Social Justice, Advocacy, and/or Support Services

On The MarginsOn the Margins logo

https://www.onthemargins.us/

On The Margins will offer education around wellness while focusing on overall healing.

On The Margins will panel on Economic Abuse as it raises awareness around human trafficking. This will detail how economic abuse comes from the social environment that you are in and show that it can happen to anyone.


CoastPrideCoast Pride logo

https://www.coastpride.org/

Coast Pride will share LGBTQIA+ community resources as it relates to Support Groups for Middle School, High School, & Aging Community, social events, trainings, and referrals for youth counselling.


California Consortium for Urban Indian HealthCalifornia Consortium for Urban Indian Health

https://ccuih.org/redline/

CCUIH will education on their RedLine services. This is a helpline created for the Native American/ Tribal community but will anyone and everyone in need.

Redline connects people to services such as food banks, shelters, clinics, mental health, Disability Services, Emotional Support,COVID-19 Info, Urban Indian Health Programs, Housing and Utilities Referrals, Substance Use, Youth Services, and more!


Alameda County Community Food BankAlameda County Community Food Bank logo

https://www.accfb.org/

ACCFB will offer application assistance with Cal Fresh while providing Nutrition information, program resources,  food distribution locations, and contact information for food banks in other counties.


Alameda County Social Services AgencyAlameda County Social Services Agency

https://www.alamedacountysocialservices.org/

Alameda County Social Services Agency and assist participants with applying to Medi-Cal and Cal-Fresh. Their Eligibility Services Technicians will assess eligibility and will then assist with application packets and general info.


Employee Resource Partners

Coalition of California State Workers Coalition of California State Workers logo

https://theccsw.net/

Coalition of California State Workers will come with a well-rounded approach to educating our internal and external communities on being covered not only health wise but financially as well in order to level the playing field for all.

 


Caltrans District 4 Office of Health & Safety

The Office of Health & Safety will be providing Employee Assistance Program resource information