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Community Health Action Network strives to support residents in the High Desert Region of California with tools and resources that promote a fruitful life. Our mission is to create Healthy Families in Healthy Communities for generations. Since 2007, we have provided vital health, education, and financial support programs, and we are only getting started.

What We Do Matters:

About CHAN

Community Health Action Network (CHAN) is a nonprofit organization founded in 2007. We provide a variety of programs related to health, education, and finance, to residents of the Victor Valley region of California. With a model based on client participation, CHAN is focused on assisting clients to invest in themselves and positively change their own circumstances.

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CHAN is here to help you!

Welcome to the Community Health Action Network! Since 2007, we have been engaging in community projects aligned with social services for the homeless and low-income families in the High Desert area of California, such as:

Educational Programs

CHAN offers a number of education and training programs to give our clients the tools to improve their own circumstances.  Financial Literacy Program , Car Safety Restraint Education , GED Education Services.

Emergency Assistance Program

CHAN is committed to helping our clients to endure a crisis through our Emergency Assistance Program (EAP). Please note, our resources are limited so the below services may not be available.

Health and Wellness Programs

Medi-Cal is California's health care initiative under Medicaid. Supported by federal and state taxes, the program can cover medical services for children and adults with limited financial resources.

Cooking Classes

Exercise and an active lifestyle are both important parts of healthy living. CHAN encourages our community to get moving with live classes on topics like yoga and Zumba.

Car Safety Restraint Education

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more than 90,000 children under 12 were injured in motor vehicle crashes in 2019.

Financial Literacy Program 

The lack of financial literacy is a huge barrier to establishing economic stability. Many households are unable to properly prepare for the future because they do not understand the basics of money management.

HEATH AND WELLNESS SERVICES

Family health is our top priority

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Nutrition classes and cooking demonstrations 

Nutrition classes and cooking demonstrations 

You are what you eat! Eating a balanced diet filled with nutritious food is incredibly important to maintaining health, energy levels, and immunity responses. However, many people simply lack the cooking and menu selection skills necessary to make smart food choices.

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Fitness Clinics

Exercise and an active lifestyle are both important parts of healthy living. CHAN encourages our community to get moving with live classes on topics like yoga and Zumba. Most activities are held at the City of Victorville Activities Center on Hesperia Rd.

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Medical Coverage Assistance

Medi-Cal is California's health care initiative under Medicaid. Supported by federal and state taxes, the program can cover medical services for children and adults with limited financial resources. Once you are approved you remain eligible for medical assistance as long as you meet the requirements. 

Sign up for Medi-Cal

If the Community Health Action Network can't provide the aid or service you need, we will help you get in touch with someone who can.

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Frequently Asked Questions

For More Information About Our Cause and Nonprofit Organization, Feel Free to Get in Touch with Us via Phone or Email.

We accept service requests and appointment bookings through phone calls. Only applicants who have made appointments will be seen. We accept requests for appointments through forms and phone calls.

Applicants requesting services will have to fill out an intake form. This form is how we will stay in contact with our clients, so it is very important that the information is kept up-to-date.

Upon subsequent requests for services, clients will be asked to attend or volunteer their time at a Community Health Action Network-sponsored event. As events and seminars are planned, clients are notified of the dates.

Anyone may apply for our services at Community Health Action Network. However, families with children ages 0 to 5 years are our priority.

Initial requests for emergency services will be accommodated upon completion of the application form according to the availability of supplies on hand.

Clients who regularly attend events and/or volunteer are given preference when items such as vouchers, baby items, food, clothing, gift cards, or other resources are available.

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    Phone No

    760-241-9900

    Email

    info@chanhd.com

    TO GET STARTED

    Complete the contact form