O.C. Health Not-for-Profit Could See Major Funding Cut
The Orange County Board of Supervisors is considering cutting funding for Latino Health Access -- a Santa Ana-based not-for-profit group that helps educate low-income residents about health issues -- from $500,000 to $100,000. The head of Latino Health Access said she believes the proposed cut stems from an earlier dispute over the group's use of Spanish. The not-for-profit aims to serve all ethnic groups.
- "O.C. Might Slash Funding To Model Health Care Nonprofit" (Santa Cruz, Los Angeles Times, 3/19).