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We are dedicated to total health of body, mind, and spirit, and we pursue efforts that broaden access to the highest quality care for people when they need it. We believe all of us deserve to live healthy lives in our homes, our workplaces, and our neighborhoods. That’s why, for more than 70 years, we have worked to improve the health of our members and the communities we serve.

We accomplish this work in countless ways, from funding knowledge and resource sharing programs that address health disparities to providing assistance with health care costs to people in need. Our commitment is exhibited in the many ways we reach out and work with others to build a healthy future for all.

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  1. Roberta Tinajero, community health manager, Kaiser Permanente Southern California, highlights the work Healthier Generation is doing to help the Los Angeles Unified School District inspire healthy, lifelong habits for its students.
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Empowering Kids to Develop Healthy, Lifelong Habits

As part of Thriving Schools, Kaiser Permanente is working with Alliance for a Healthier Generation to empower children to develop healthy, lifelong habits. Of the 461 schools named among the 2018 “America's Healthiest Schools,” 67 schools came from the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), setting the record for the Healthier Generation’s annual award. 

The district’s achievement is no small feat. As the second largest school system in the country, LAUSD works diligently to overcome the various challenges of supporting approximately 600,000 students at more than 1,000 schools.

To see how LAUSD schools – such as Harry Bridges Span School in Wilmington – are helping kids develop valuable habits in exercise, nutrition, and education to help ensure the best quality of life possible, check out this video.