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Free Census Events

Haven’t filled out your census yet? Time is running out to get it done. Come join us at one or all three of our series of events throughout Sacramento and get counted. SNAHC will be out and about at three parks over the next few weekends with tablets available for

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Abuse Victims Face Increased Risk Amid the Global Pandemic

The global coronavirus pandemic is changing life and society as we know it. Business and school closures, job layoffs, and mandatory lockdowns are just a few of the implications of this viral contagion that leaves individuals who are already vulnerable at an even greater risk of suffering. As the pandemic

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Be Kind to Your Mind: 10 Tips to Curb Your Stress

*Author Annaleis Michel, age 17, is a Native Youth Ambassador and member of the Ione Band of Miwok Indians.*  Let’s talk about mental health. Mental health is something that affects people of all ages – it doesn’t matter who you are, it could affect you. According to the Child Mind

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Introduction To Zoom Appointments

As we navigate this period of social distancing and building closures, SNAHC is still here and prepared to do what it takes to provide you with the care you need. That is why we have started doing telehealth appointments over Zoom. If you’ve never used Zoom before, that’s okay! To

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Anthony Taula-Lieras Join SNAHC As The New Community Health Director

Sacramento, California – April 16, 2020 – Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) is proud to announce Anthony Taula-Lieras as the new Director of the Community Health Department, which will house Youth Initiative programs and grants. Anthony comes to SNAHC with a unique blend of experience in Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration, Mental

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COVID-19 Update

SNAHC remains committed to providing quality, compassionate care to our community and keeping our patients and families healthy as we continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation daily. We know processes are changing often, so we want to make sure up-to-date information is easily accessible. To make an appointment or learn

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Social Distancing, While Staying In Touch

While healthcare providers, government agencies, and health centers like SNAHC are encouraging our communities to practice social distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19, it’s important to stay connected with your friends and family. Socializing is a core part of human nature, and it’s vital that while there may be

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Finding the Right Birth Control

SNAHC is proud to offer confidential reproductive health services, including a variety of Birth Control methods. So how do you know which form of birth control is right for you? Let’s start with one of the most common methods, the pill. According to the CDC, the pill is over 99%

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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

Important information from SNAHC Medical Director, Dr. Hakeem Adeniyi: Hello SNAHC Community, As many of you are now aware, there has been a confirmed case of 2019 novel Coronavirus, now called COVID-19, in California. The patient is from Solano County and is currently being treated at UC Davis in Sacramento.

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National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

Native Americans have been struggling with eating disorders for decades, but it has gone unseen and unheard in a community that already has multiple health epidemics. That is why this week, February 24 to March 1, 2020, SNAHC is promoting National Eating Disorders Awareness Week – a week spreading awareness

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