What We Do
Intentional work alongside BIPOC communities
Improving health outcomes from an anti-racist lens
Respecting Elders & practicing anti-colonial resistance
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News & Events
You are invited to join us, and a panel of community members as they share their mental health lived experiences and the systems we navigate.
You are invited to join us and a panel of community members as we engage in a conversation on mental wellness in BIPoC communities.
In light of the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of BIPOCcommunities, the CHBC is partnering with health systems to advance four health strategies.
Zoom ID: 818 6833 8277Thursday, December 17th, 20206 PM to 8 PM "To know your history is to know you are sacred and stand on the shoulders of a resilient people. Your past does not have to be your narrative, it is your tool for healing." Leanne Ryebrock is an...
Join us for our recurring weekly CHBC meeting where we discuss issues with our leadership, our members, and our community. The meeting is an online meeting that happens every Thursday at 6pm unless posted otherwise. We look forward to seeing you there!
Dr. Bonnie Duran will be leading this session to help develop healing methods, through an acknowledgment of historical trauma in our BIPOC communities. Dr. Duran is a Professor in the Schools of Social Work and Public Health at the University of Washington, in Seattle and is on the leadership team at the Indigenous Wellness Research Institute.
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Advocacy & Recommendations
Even before COVID-19 became a pandemic in our region, CHBC had been pushing to ensure our communities’ rights in education, health care, mental health were upheld and their humanity recognized by a system that for so long has failed to value them in a meaningful way.
Covid-19 has put these concerns into starker relief. As a result, CHBC is working closely with community partners to lift BIPOC, immigrant and refugee communities voices since they have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.