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Appendix C: World Caf Organizations
Pages 59-62

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From page 59...
... Together, the health centers provide primary medical, behavioral, and dental care, as well as supportive services to more than 250,000 patients in Alameda, Contra Costa, and Solano Counties, nearly half of which are from immigrant families. AHC collaborates with lawmakers, government officials, and health care and immigrant advocacy organizations to inform, shape, 1  This was not the typical World Café process, as noted by one reviewer.
From page 60...
... It provides culturally competent and linguistically appropriate legal representation, social services, and advocacy for the most marginalized segments of the community, including low-income women, seniors, recent immigrants, and youth. Particular areas of focus include violence against women and family law, immigration and immigrant rights, senior law and elder abuse prevention, the rights of people with disabilities, anti-human trafficking, youth violence prevention, affordable housing preservation and tenants' rights, and other social justice issues.
From page 61...
... The Permanente Medical Groups, along with the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals, work to deliver culturally responsive care by providing care in multiple languages, educating doctors and other care team members about racial and gender biases, addressing the social determinants of health, closing care gaps for underserved populations, staffing call centers with employees fluent in more than 140 languages, and translating member communications into different languages. Several Kaiser Permanente medical facilities have separate Culturally Competent Care clinics that specifically serve African American, Armenian, Chinese, Latino, Vietnamese, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities.
From page 62...
... FAJ currently serves more than 130,000 Filipinos in the East Bay Area through its Oakland and Union City offices.

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