WELCOME TO THE CALIFORNIA CONFERENCE OF LOCAL HEALTH OFFICERS (CCLHO)


The California Conference of Local Health Officers (CCLHO) is a membership organization of the 60 legally appointed physician Health Officers in California, one for each of the 58 counties and the cities of Berkeley, Long Beach, and Pasadena.  The mission of CCLHO is to prevent disease and improve the health of all California residents.  CCLHO was established in statute in 1947 to advise policymakers on all matters affecting health.

 

PUBLICATIONS AND REPORTS



LEGISLATIVE AND POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS

Please note that the recommendations put forth by CCLHO do not necessarily reflect those of the California Department of Public Health or any other State Department.


 
2019 RECOMMENDATIONS







AB 388 (Limón): Alzheimer's Disease

AB 577 (Eggman): Health Care Coverage: Postpartum Period

AB 645 (Irwin): Firearms: Warning Statements

AB 732 (Bonta) Prisons: Incarcerated Pregnant Persons

AB 764 (Bonta): Sugar-Sweetened Beverages: Nonsale Distribution Incentives

AB 836 (Wicks): Wildfire Smoke Clean Air Centers for Vulnerable Populations Incentive Program

AB 1356 (Ting): Cannabis: Local Jurisdictions: Retail Commercial Activity

AB 1500 (Carillo): Hazardous Substances

AB 1596 ( Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials): Hazardous Substances: Contaminated Property: Fentanyl Cleanup

AB 1603 ( Wicks): California Intervention and Prevention Grant Program

AB 1702 (Quirk-Silva): Homeless Coordinating and Financing Council

SCA 1 (Allen): Public Housing Projects
ADDITIONAL CCLHO INFORMATION

 

For more information about CCLHO, please visit the primary CCLHO website at:  https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CCLHO/Pages/CCLHOLandingPage.aspx.