The Active Allianceis a youth-focused partnership withCalifornia’s four professional basketball teamsto build healthier communities

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Event Recap: Highway to Health Los Angeles

Students and parents alike piled into the Roosevelt High School gymnasium last Saturday afternoon in Boyle Heights. Why? The school’s first ever Highway to Health Festival featuring the Los Angeles Lakers. The Active Alliance, HealthCorps and health-related community organizations came together to put on the festival, which took place on March 22nd. The goal was […]

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The Active Alliance is a California-based partnership designed to educate and inspire children to become physically and mentally fit.

The members of the Alliance include HealthCorps, a not-for-profit founded by Dr. Oz and his wife Lisa, California’s four professional basketball teams and The California Endowment. The goal is to reach 10,000 kids within the next year.

The teams each partner with 2 – 4 local “HealthCorps High Schools”.  At these schools, a HealthCorps Coordinator executes Alliance programming in tandem with community relations staff from the professional sports teams.

Active Alliance programming will be implemented both during and after school through:

· Health fairs for the school and community

· Fitness challenges

· Clinics and camps

· Health and wellness lessons

· Regional Highway to Health Festivals

· Basketball court and recreation space revitalization

· Community service projects

Each team will work closely with their HealthCorps coordinators to create a healthy, active school and community.