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GENERAL MEETING
Every 4th Thursday
(Except December) 
Branch Office
186 Leland Rd
Pittsburg, CA
7:30 PM

 
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 Annual Banquet
April 28, 2018
For Tickets call Call (925) 439-5099

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General Meetings - 4th Thursdays


                                                                                                            Serving
  • Alamo  
  • Antioch
  • Bay Point
  • Brentwood
  • Concord
  • Danville
  • Discovery Bay 
  • Oakley
  • Pittsburg
  • Pleasant Hill
  • Walnut Creek


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Health Programs


The NAACP brings our national voice to assist in the eradication of these racial and ethnic disparities, with a focus not only on disease prevention, but on the social and environmental factors that affect health and wellness.

The NAACP is committed to eliminating the racial and ethnic disparities in our health care system that plague people of color in the United States. African Americans continue to have the highest incidence, prevalence and mortality rates from chronic diseases like cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity. Additionally issues like HIV and infant mortality have continued to overwhelm the Black community. Systemic imbalances in the health care delivery system disproportionately affect African Americans and Latinas more than their White counterparts.

In addition the NAACP is engaged in the workforce development movement to increase the number of minorities represented in the medical and public health profession, and a leading presence on governmental advisory workgroups and national coalitions developed to provide counsel on cultural competency in the health care system.


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