ABOUT SLA/SB CAT
The South Los Angeles/South Bay African American Infant and Maternal Mortality Community Action Team (CAT) is a collaborative partnership between the Los Angeles County Health Agency, community-based organizations, health care providers, community residents, faith-based organizations, and community businesses united in one purpose: to end African American/Black infant and maternal mortality in the South Los Angeles/South Bay community.
To reduce African American/Black infant and maternal mortality in South Los Angeles/South Bay by addressing the impact of racism, catalyzing community action, and promoting wellness and equitable healthcare strategies for African American/Black families.
We strive to create systemic change to ensure that every African American/Black woman, infant, child, and man lives wholly and thrives; is treated with dignity and respect, and has access to unbiased, humane, and equitable services that support and enhance their health and well-being.
January SLASB Community Action Team Meeting
Sikuuku Chama (Holiday Party) and Toy Drive
South LA/South Bay African American Infant and Maternal Mortality Community Action Team Meeting
Thursday, October 24
1:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Glory Christian Fellowship International Church
225 W Torrance Blvd
Carson, CA 90745