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Archive for August, 2016

Diabetes Talking Circle September 2016

Diabetes Talking Circle

Every month the Sacramento Native American Health Center, Inc. offers free workshops about Diabetes Self Management. Please join us in September for a class about proper foot care for patients with diabetes. Later in the month, Amy from YMCA will return for another Body Movement for Wellness class. Registration is

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Get Ready for School – with a Health Checkup

Parents! Summer is almost officially over. It’s time to change gears to earlier bedtimes, getting out the front door by 8am and focusing on daily homework! We know this time of the year is especially busy so SNAHC has prepared a checklist of things to add to your back to

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A Letter From The SNAHC

We are so proud… The Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) is proud to announce the completion of our new Medical Center (the new dental office is expected in the fall) at 2020 J Street, in the heart of Midtown, Sacramento. Our passion for health is rooted in improving access

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WEAVE Job Opportunities

WEAVE is hiring for 2 AI/AN specific positions. Victim Advocate- American Indian/Alaskan Native Specific Crisis Response Advocate-American Indian/Alaskan Native Specific

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WEAVE Partnership Luncheon

It is with great excitement that WEAVE has received a grant through Cal OES to provide deeper services to Native victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Sex Trafficking within the Sacramento area. For several years now, we have been working with SNAHC on a DV and Healthcare Project and

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New Car Seat Law

The new California car seat law becomes enforceable on January 1, 2017.  Children must be properly buckled in a rear-facing car seat until at least age 2.  Attached are the first of several educational materials that will be released by the CA Dept. of Public Health.  You can print and

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