• We support gender swims and safe activities for everyone.
  • Our Tobacco, Marijuana, and Other Drugs workgroup helps keep drugs out of the hands of kids.
  • May I have a pen? Our leadership trainees learn the fine art of asking for what you want.
  • HKCC Governance Team member Miae Aramore and Program Manager Val Thomas.
  • Check out our member Childhood Obesity Prevention Coalition's guide to healthy beverages.
  • Online RSVPs begin December 15, 2014.
  • Click to read Seattle Indian Health Board's outstanding worksite wellness guide.


Our Schools and Early Learning workgroup supports regulations and systems that provide healthy food choices and wellness outcomes.

Our next Schools & Early Learning meeting: Thursday, December 4, 1:30, Solid Ground.


Our Built Environments & Active Living (BEAL) workgroup supports choices for transportation, infrastructure, and programs that offer active living choices.

Our next BEAL meeting: Monday, December 15, 1:30 pm, Foster Library.



Our Tobacco, Marijuana, and Other Drugs (TMoD) workgroup supports strategies, promotions, partners, and programs that advance smoke-free living.

We’ve created fact sheet on marijuana edibles, which are currently available in medical marijuna stores. Many of these products appeal to youth and resemble candy and sodas. Currently, there are no regulations against this and no age restrictions for sale.  We’re asking the Board of Health – Seattle & King County to pass an immediate emergency ban on marijuana edibles that appeal to youth.


Use this form to gather signatures in support of this ban. And comment at the Board of Health meeting December 18, 1:30 pm. King County Council Chambers.

Our next TMoD meeting: Tuesday, December 16, 2014, 1:30 pm, Center for MultiCultural Health.


Our Equity workgroup encourages health equity by applying race and social justice principles in all policy, systems, and environmental change efforts.

Our next Equity meeting: Tuesday, December 2, 2014, 1:30 pm, ICHS.


Our Healthy Eating workgroup supports the improvement of local healthy food systems and access to culturally relevant and nutritional food.

This group is currently on hiatus.