Beach Cities Health District’s (BCHD) focuses on keeping residents healthy and improving well-being at every stage of life. BCHD offers an extensive range of programs and services that address specific community health needs.
BCHD's Annual Reports showcases programs, accomplishments and details revenue and spending for the fiscal year.
Community Health Report & Health Priorities
The BCHD Community Health report addresses BCHD's primary strategic planning goal of measurably improving the health and well-being of Beach Cities residents across the lifespan.
|Health Priorities 2022-2025|
|Physical and Brain Health|
|Public Health and Safety|
School Health Reports
BCHD partners with elementary, middle and high schools in the Beach Cities to offer programs to increase physical activity, improve nutrition and promote social-emotional well-being. These summary reports include programmatic outcomes and measurable results. The reports also include best practices that local schools have implemented to address the health and well-being of students, families and staff.
Little Hoover Commission Report
State oversight committee lists BCHD as a model in 2017 report on CA healthcare districts.
Childhood Obesity Decline in Redondo Beach
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health in partnership with Beach Cities Health District. Recent Trends in Childhood Obesity Prevalence in the Redondo Beach Unified School District: A Case Study; June 2020.
Palacios, C., Simon, P., Steward, A., Garner, T., Hameed, H., & Shetgiri, R. (2022). Impact of an Elementary School-Based Wellness Initiative on Child Obesity Prevalence: LiveWell Kids. Health Promotion Practice. https://doi.org/10.1177/15248399211065717