The Network for
Long COVID Justice
A Project of Strategies for High Impact
The Network for Long COVID Justice is strengthening networks of people with Long COVID and associated conditions (LCAC). Together, we are building collective efforts and campaigns for research, healthcare, the caring economy, and racial, social, economic and disability justice.
Our work is done by and for chronically ill and disabled people, our families and communities.
The Network for Long COVID Justice’s Strategy Circle links six vital health equity groups led by and accountable to people living with Long COVID and associated conditions (LCAC).
Our work spans patient-led support groups and information sharing, groundbreaking research, grassroots community organizing and mobilization, communications, and policy analysis and advocacy for local, state, federal and international policies on the COVID-19/Long COVID pandemic.
Together, we bring the passions and skills of health equity and racial, gender and disability justice movements to the challenges we face, and to the opportunities we seize.
The Network for Long COVID Justice is managed by Strategies for High Impact (S4HI). S4HI shifts narratives through strategic communications and content creation, and develops powerful and equitable projects, campaigns, groups and coalitions through strategic planning and resource mobilization. We are incubated and fiscally sponsored by Springboard HealthLab.