The Louisiana Center for Health Equity is dedicated to advancing health equity to improve the overall health and well-being of all Louisianans. LCHE works to eliminate health and healthcare disparities attributed to structural, institutional, or social disadvantages.
Louisiana Center for Health Equity was established.
LCHE convened the Together We Are More Adolescent Health Collaborative, held the inaugural Our Community Health Is Wealth Fair, and hosted its first Light Up The Night For A Brighter Future Fundraiser.
LCHE hosted its first Women's Health Day and Retreat.
LCHE convened the Campaign for Healthcare for Everyone for Medicaid Expansion and unveiled its Dying for Healthcare slogan.
LCHE began the Youth Peace Olympics in Baton Rouge.
LCHE was recognized for its role in Louisiana's Medicaid expansion and convened its Inaugural Annual Health Summit. LCHE also discontinued its hosting of the Our Community Health is Wealth fair in response to the Great Flood.
LCHE hosted its Inaugural LYFELine Teen Summit alongside several other youth development activities.
LCHE President, Mrs. Alma Stewart Allen, awarded the NAACP Dr. William Montague Cobb Award for outstanding efforts to advance health policy, health advocacy, and social justice in the State of Louisiana
LCHE President selected to join the Annie E. Casey Foundation's Children's Health Leadership Network.
LCHE convened the Campaign to Establish the Louisiana Office on Women's Health and implemented LEAD in LYFE League Teen Leadership and Advocacy Program.
The Louisiana Office on Women's Health legislation was passed, LCHE launched the Louisiana Resources and Educational Assessments for Children's Health (LA REACH), LCHE President won the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Health Equity Award presented by the National Civil League, and LCHE revealed its official rebranding.
LCHE announced #LA40by2030 and declared this the decade for intentional focus on Louisiana Children