At first, I didn’t treat this Coronavirus business with due respect. It seemed as if people were making a lot of fuss about a virus which was said to be less deadly than the yearly flu. The flu is no picnic, but since most of us have been through it...

Bishop Montgomery High School student Lindsay O’Brien started volunteering for Beach Cities Health District (BCHD) to fulfill a National Honor Society Scholarship requirement.  However, a year later, Lindsay has grown to love her volunteer role.

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Katie’s young age and ambitions for her future are an inspiration to teenagers wanting to give volunteering a try. Volunteering for recognition or for credit is not her cup of tea, as Katie volunteers simply because she wants to. As a Girl Scout,...

Through his involvement with the EVOLVE program, a course designed to teach valuable job skills to young adults with learning disabilities, Jared Heard learned about AdventurePlex, where he started as a volunteer before working his way up to part-time...

KCAL - Channel 9 interviewed Jackie Berling, BCHD Chief Wellness Officer, for BCHD's “Free Fitness Weekends,” a community health initiative that gives the public an opportunity to take free exercise classes in Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach and...

By encouraging healthy eating habits at a young age, parents can positively sculpt their child’s lifelong relationship with food and help them grow into healthy adults. Below are five easy steps to help get you started.

1. Provide a...

BCHD is fortunate to have a number of volunteers who go above and beyond their duties to help us excel in creating a healthy beach community. Each year, Volunteer Services honors and recognizes individuals who truly embody our core values of...

At Beach Cities Health District (BCHD), we use outcomes and data as the measuring sticks for our success, especially when evaluating our more than 21 evidence based community health programs and services currently being implemented in the Beach Cities...

by Michael Hixon, The Beach Reporter

The Beach Cities Health District and the Blue Zones Project celebrates its participating restaurants with more than 20 beach cities eateries Sunday, March 5, at the Manhattan Beach Civic Plaza, located at...

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