The Healthy King County Coalition is comprised of 5 Work Groups: Healthy Eating (HE), Built Environment & Active Living (BEAL), Tobacco, Marijuana, & Other Drugs (TMoD), Equity, and The King County Accountable Communities of Health Community/Consumer Voice (CCV). Each Work Group is guided by key policy priorities. To join the Healthy King County Coalition and a Work Group, please complete the HKCC membership application.

*Please note the Schools and Early Learning Work Group has been canceled until further notice. 

               

                healthy eating

   

   

In partnership with community, the Healthy Eating (HE) Work Group supports the improvement (from production to consumption) of local healthy food and access to nutrition for healthy lifestyles. HE meets the last Wednesday of the month, 11:00 – 12:30pm at Food $ense, 1000 Oakesdale Ave. SW, Suite 140, Renton, 98057.

 

   built environment and active living

Built Environment and Active Living (BEAL) Work Group works with local jurisdictions to provide and improve community places for physical activity and the social environment. BEAL meets the 2nd Monday of the month from 1:30  – 3:00pm at Food Lifeline, 815 South 96th Street, Seattle, WA 98108. 

       tobacco, marijuana and other drugs 

The Tobacco, Marijuana, and Other Drugs (TMoD) Work Group supports strategies, promotions, and programs that advance smoke-free living. TMoD meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 1:30 – 3:00pm at El Centro de la Raza, 2524 16th Avenue S., rm 105, Seattle 98144.

 

  equity committee                          

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The Equity Work Group ensures health equity by applying race and social justice principles in all policy, systems, and environmental change efforts throughout the coalition’s work. Equity meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month from 1:30 – 3:00pm at International Community Health Services (ICHS), 720 8th Ave. S., Suite 200, Seattle, 98104.

 

                KCACH COMMUNITY/CONSUMER voice (ccv)

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The King County Accountable Communities of Health (KCACH) Community/Consumer Voice (CCV) Work Group is to proactively engage community-based organizations and the beneficiaries of services, and ensure that their voice guides and influences the decision-making of King County Accountable Community of Health (KCACH). The CCV helps the KCACH co-design its priorities and projects with the communities they are intended to serve. CCV meets the 3rd Monday of the month from 1:00 - 3:00pm at the Center for Multicultural Health (CMCH), 1120 E. Terrace St., Suite 200, Seattle, 98122.