L.A. Care wants to hear from you.
Each month, L.A. Care has meetings to talk about what is working well and how L.A. Care can improve. Members are invited to attend.
Come to a meeting!
L.A. Care Regional Community Advisory Committees
L.A. Care has eleven Regional Community Advisory Committees (RCAC) in Los Angeles County (RCAC is pronounced “rack”). This group is made up of L.A. Care members, providers, and health care advocates. Their purpose is to bring the voice of their communities to the L.A. Care Board of Governors, which guides health care programs to serve our members. You can join this group if you would like.
The group talks about how to improve L.A. Care policies and is responsible for:
- Helping L.A. Care understand the health care issues that impact the people who live in your area
- Acting as the eyes and ears of L.A. Care in 11 RCAC regions throughout Los Angeles County
- Providing health information to people in your community
L.A. Care Board of Governors Meetings
The Board of Governors decides policies for L.A. Care. Anyone can attend these meetings.
The Board of Governors meets on the first Thursday of each month at 2 p.m. You can find more information about these meetings and schedule updates on the Board of Governors webpage.