The Beverly Hills/Hollywood NAACP COVID-19 Information Network

Our mission is to create an environment that exposes, enlightens, and empowers the youth to navigate the healthcare industry.

Safety & Support Testing & Health

Online Live Support by Registered Nurses Direction to Testing Sites and Testing Education

Students & Education

Online Support from Educators Education

LAUSD Family Guide

Up-To-Date Information on Resources / Online & Live Troubleshooting Support & Guidance / Senior Meal Information / Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children / LAUSD Student Meal Programs

Workers & Renters

Lead Angelos impacted by Covid19 to resources dealing with employment, unemployment, eviction, returning to the office, etc. while answering questions and supporting the execution of paperwork and documentation

The Beverly Hills/Hollywood NAACP COVID-19 Information Network

Program Description

The Beverly Hills/Hollywood NAACP COVID-19 Information Network provides information and resources for individuals in underserved communities that are high/at-risk for COVID-19.

The Beverly Hills/Hollywood NAACP will host online live meetings, as well as question/answer platforms commentated by community professionals who can provide information and guidance to resources where solutions can be obtained.

Our professionals will help to keep people in underserved communities informed, safe and supported. Our online platform will target issues specific to African American Communities impacted by the COVID19 Pandemic.

Our goal will be to educate, inform and lead people to the vast COVID19 resources made available by our local and federal government.

Who Are We

The Beverly Hills/Hollywood Branch of the NAACP is known as the “Keeper of the Image” The main focus of the Branch is a commitment to continue to address issues concerning people of color in Region 1 and the Hollywood Industry. Our team of volunteers work many hours on branch committees implementing and designing activities which address Youth Development, Education, legal Redress, Veterans, Health, Women of Excellence, and Performing Arts Events.

Why Do We Exist?

Founded in 1909 in response to the ongoing violence and systemic racism against Black people and people of color around the country, the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) is the largest and most pre-eminent civil rights organization in the nation. The mission of the NAACP is to secure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights in order to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of all persons.

Mission

The NAACP has as its mission the goal of eliminating race prejudice and removing all barriers of racial discrimination through democratic processes.

NAACP COVID-19 Vision

The NAACP Covid-19 Information Network will provide information and resources to individuals in underserved communities that are high/at risk for COVID-19. We will use a novel approach to promote social distancing messages, facts about the vaccine, facts about opening schools, direct contact to COVID Resources already identified by the City of LA, using social media campaigns, townhouse meetings and other avenues translated into a culturally sensitive manner, and in dialect that allows all at risk to understand the information

Core Values

  • Exposure
  • Enlightenment
  • Empowerment

The Beverly Hills/Hollywood NAACP Outreach

Although our Online Information Network will target the Los Angeles Community, through our live forum outreach, via the information superhighway “the Internet”, we will reach and interface with individuals across nations.

We will utilize our Nationwide NAACP Branch offices as reference points for individuals outside of California. The National Office the NAACP has a health referendum, as it relates to CORVID19, that has been passed down to its more than 1,500 Branches.

Messages From Our Community Partners

The Beverly Hills/Hollywood NAACP will partner with local City Government Leadership and corporate partners in underserved communities to help disseminate resources and information already identified by the City of LA.

NAACP will work with organizations who provide COVID-19 resources to the Citizens of the City of LA.

Cedars Sinai

 

The NAACP team of professionals are highly regarded in our areas of expertise. We live in the community, work in the community, already provide vast community programming and are civic citizens