Our 2020 Annual Report: Impact and Highlights
Publication: KoNA Bay Area
This study assessed the health and social needs of the Korean community in the Bay Area. This is the only disaggregated Korean population survey covering the top 5 Bay Area counties where the majority of Koreans reside.
KONA was a collaboration between KCCEB and the Health Research for Action (HRA) center at UC Berkeley.
Peer Review Journal Publication:
Health and Healthcare Needs of Koreans in San Francisco Bay Area:
The Korean Needs Assessment (KoNA) Project – Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health (2019) 21:1043–1051
Partnership is critical for advancing social justice and collective power for marginalized communities.
KCCEB is involved in both direct service and advocacy collaboratives. We value collaborators who center resource sharing, collective voice, direct impact, and improvement for our communities. We are partners in the following collaboratives: *Collaborative Lead
- Bay Area K Coalition
- Contra Costa County & Healthy Richmond API COVID Workgroup
- East Bay Immigrant and Refugee Forum (EBIRF)
- Having Our Say (HOS)
- Health Justice Network