Building Community Power in Long Beach

Resident power is a key driver of change, but did involvement in Building Healthy Communities, Long Beach (BHCLB) contribute to leadership development? To answer this question, the Center for Health Equity Research at California State University, Long Beach developed the Resident Power Survey in collaboration with BHCLB staff and partners as part of the evaluation of the initiative. See the survey!

Resident power is a key driver of change.

Click a case study to read more about our past work in the following “Power Building in Long Beach – Building Healthy Communities Long Beach Case Study” publications.

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