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Numbers count. Without numbers – scientifically-collected data and other hard evidence – policymakers cannot justify legislation, programs, and services that help millions of Californians.
 
The UCLA Center for Health Policy Research
provides those numbers. 
 
Whether through our nationally-recognized California Health Interview Survey, which is a unique source of information on all Californians, including often-overlooked racial, ethnic, and sexual minority groups, or through our rapid-response policy analysis, timely and readable publications, or user-friendly Web tools, the Center has pioneered ways to put objective data and evidence-based research into the hands of policymakers to create practical, effective laws and policies grounded in fact, not opinion. 
 
We can’t do it alone.  We need your support!
 

How to help:


E. RICHARD BROWN HEALTH POLICY IMPACT FUND

This “rapid-reaction” fund helps the Center to respond immediately to time-sensitive requests for data, evidence-based research and responsive policy analysis by policymakers, advocates, the media and others.  Give now…

UCLA FOUNDATION/UCLA CENTER FOR HEALTH POLICY RESEARCH FUND
This fund provides unrestricted support for the Center’s overall capacity to conduct far-reaching policy analysis, policy-relevant research, public service, community partnership, media relations, and education. Give now…

THE CALIFORNIA HEALTH INTERVIEW SURVEY (CHIS)
This fund supports the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS), the nation’s largest state health survey and the preeminent source of information on the health of Californians. Used by state and national policymakers, advocates, researchers, the media and many others, CHIS is an essential tool for understanding health challenges and devising evidence-based solutions. Give now…

E. RICHARD (RICK) BROWN SOCIAL JUSTICE ENDOWED FELLOWSHIP FUND
Named in honor of the Center’s renowned founding director, this fund provides fellowship support to the next generation of health policy advocates and researchers, specifically to a MPH and/or PhD student in the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health who conducts research and/or demonstrates policy advocacy with the goal of expanding healthcare coverage for all. Give now…

Or contact our development director, AJ Scheitler, to learn more about ways to support our work.

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