Making Health Happen… Together!

Fresno Building Healthy Communities is a coalition of residents, young people and community-based organizations working together to foster and encourage thriving communities where all children and families can live healthy, safe and productive lives.

Central, southeast and southwest Fresno residents are coming together to address critical issues in order to create #OneHealthyFresno for all.

Friday Night Basketball is back! Register Today!

Summer is here! That means Friday Night Basketball is back! Join Fresno Building Healthy Communities for the 3rd Annual 3-on-3 Friday Night Basketball Tournament beginning Friday, July 8, 2016 at Romain Park.

Teams will compete for a chance to win $500 to Foot Locker. All teams are free to play and must register by Friday, June 24, 2016.

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05.23.16 Saturday Night BBall

Looking for a Job? Become an Agricultural Pesticide Qualified Applicator!

Agricultural Pesticide Qualified Applicators are responsible for the safe and legal operation of pesticide applications in the fields of the Central Valley, pest control businesses, and gardening and landscape maintenance. 

We can help you gather all the required documentation and help you get to the next step of your career!

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Community eNewsletter – Advocates Successfully Push Fresno Unified to Invest In Youth

Thanks to the advocacy and organizing efforts of the Fresno Building Health Communities’ Schools Action Team, Fresno Unified School District will be investing $2.5 million in English Learners which includes an update to the English Learner Master Plan – but, more still needs to be done. 

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Five Things to Know About the Medi-Cal Expansion

Beginning May 16, 2016, all lower income children under age 19 will qualify for full-scope Medi-Cal services, regardless of immigration status. This expands coverage to an estimated 170,000 undocumented children in the state of California.

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Medi-Cal Expansion Flyer

Our Work

Fresno Building Healthy Communities work focuses in key areas inspired by our community’s stated priorities. Our partners work in teams to influence policy and change systems through actions and advocacy.

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