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National Condom Week

Did you know that Valentine’s Day falls on national Condom Day this year? While spreading the love this season, SNAHC would like to remind everyone that condoms are great for preventing pregnancies and reducing the spread of STI’s and HIV. When used correctly and consistently, condoms are 98% effective against

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Introducing: SNAHC Patient Newsletter!

We are pleased to announce the new SNAHC Patient Newsletter! The patient newsletter will be published monthly and include important health education and information from our departments. This month’s installment includes news from our medical, behavioral health, and health information teams! You can find the first installment by clicking here.

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Reproductive and Sexual Health 101

September is World Sexual Health Month and SNAHC would like to remind everyone of the importance of discussing reproductive and sexual health with a provider. We are all able to take charge of our health by staying informed on our rights and the services we have access to. We have

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Delta Variant Update

SNAHC encourages you and your loved ones to stay safe from the emerging COVID-19 Delta variant. According to the LA Times, 1 out of every 12 people in Sacramento County has tested positive for COVID-19. Over the past week, the county has averaged 606 new cases and 4.4 new deaths

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SNAHC Works to Combat Opioid Epidemic in AI/AN Community

We are excited to announce that the Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) has been selected to participate in the Indian Health Service Community Opioid Intervention Pilot Project: a 3-year grant program for combatting the opioid epidemic among American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) people   SNAHC’s Three Rivers to

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Personal Testimony for Suicide Prevention

Vanessa Niño-Tapia (Yaqui/Yo’eme) gave us the honor of allowing us to share her personal testimony for suicide prevention, as part of the SNAHC “It’s Ok To Not Be Ok” campaign: When I was 22, I had everything to look forward to. I was accepted into graduate school, was planning my

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Patient Satisfaction Survey Results

Each year the Sacramento Native American Health Center asks our patients to participate in completing the CAHPS Patient Satisfaction Survey. The questions in this survey are provided by AHRQ (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) Generally, SNAHC has provided this survey to our patients through mail, however, due to the

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