California’s first statewide strategic plan for adolescent health was jointly released by NAHIC and the California Adolescent Health Collaborative. The 100-page Plan represents 18 months of intensive investigation, research and deliberation by leading organizations dedicated to the welfare of youth. The Plan outlines a spectrum of short and long-term strategies to ensure the health of tomorrow’s workforce, parents, and leaders. The document is available in both an Executive Summary and Full Report format.
February 6, 2001
Serena Clayton, Claire Brindis, Jill Hamor, Hannah Raiden-Wright, & Claire Fong
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