Welcome to the Network for a Healthy California’s (Network) Communications Resource Library (Library). This site contains materials and resources designed to help you create Network- branded communications pieces. When brands are consistently applied, they reinvest in themselves, therefore it is critical that all Network-funded branding efforts are consistent and supportive of our growing brand effort.

All images contained in the Library are licensed for use by Network-funded projects only. These images must not be distributed or shared with other organizations. This site contains low-resolution images only. Please follow the instructions in the photos section to request high-resolution images.

Network logos, in all formats, can be found in the Logo section of the Library.

Graphic Elements
Use the illustrations and graphic elements as Network identifiers and visual anchors to help build equity in our brand and create variety and visual interest from project to project.

Network-branded templates have been developed to ensure consistency and recognition of the Network and its Programs. The templates are flexible, easy to use, and customizable - just fill in the blanks!

Network Branding
The Branding Guidelines Manual, the Networks Playbook for a strong brand, can be downloaded from this site. All addendums to the guidelines will be posted here.

Public Relations
Take advantage of a variety of approved PR templates, talking points, and other print-ready items to help formulate your public relations efforts throughout the year. This section of the Library is password protected for Network-funded partners only. Please contact [email protected] if you need to access these materials.

Interested in the statewide media activities produced by the Network? Visit the Media section of the Library for current media buys, the Communications and Media Team Technical Assistance Flow Chart, and more.

Champion Recruitment
The Champion Recruitment section of the Library contains documents and guidelines needed to recruit Champions for Change in your local communities.

Additional Resources
Find additional resources related to Communications and Media activities to help you successfully incorporate the Network’s brand characteristics into all your marketing materials.