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Two Spirit & LGBTIA+ Pride

Sacramento, California – June 23, 2023—June is widely known as LGBTQ+ Pride Month (formerly known as Gay Pride). This celebration has continued to evolve over the years, adding more voices from various subcommunities within the greater Queer umbrella. For the purposes of this article, I will be using the labels

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Sacramento Native American Health Center Opens New Health Center

Sacramento, California – June 21, 2023—The Sacramento Native American Health Center. (SNAHC) received a $3 million dollar investment from Sutter Health for its second full-service health center at 3800 Florin Road in Sacramento County. SNAHC Florin Road is in the vibrant South Sacramento neighborhood and provides medical, dental, behavioral health,

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Mental Health Awareness Month

Sacramento, California – May 24,2023 – May is designated as Mental Health Awareness Month, established by The Mental Health America organization in 1949. The purpose of Mental Health Awareness Month is to shed light on the realities of mental health issues and reduce the stigmas associated with them. It’s a time

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Missing & Murdered Indigenous Peoples Day (MMIP)

Sacramento, California – May 5, 2023—May 5th is designated as Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Day, or MMIP Day. Its purpose is to increase the visibility of the ongoing violence against Indigenous women, girls, and Two-Spirit people. The movement is generally recognized by its abbreviation MMIW, Missing and Murdered Indigenous

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Sacramento Native American Health Center Promotes Chief Clinical Officer

Sacramento, California – January 24, 2023 – Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) is pleased to announce Hakeem O. Adeniyi, Jr., MD as the new Chief Clinical Officer (CCO). Board Certified in Family and Community Medicine, Dr. Adeniyi, affectionately known as Dr. Hakeem, received his Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree

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Native American Heritage Month

Written by Native Youth Ambassador Jordan Burkart: The month of November is Native American Heritage Month. In 1990, President George H. W. Bush approved a joint resolution designating the month of November as “National American Indian Heritage Month.” Currently, there are approximately 574 Federally Recognized Native Nations in the United

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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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