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Case Management Services Offered at SNAHC

With a wide variety of programs and services offered at SNAHC, we seek to help patients efficiently find what they are looking for to reach their wellness goals.  Case management services are open to SNAHC patients through Pathways (Whole Person Care Program) or HHP (Health Homes Program). Currently, there are

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SNAHC Receives $1 Million Grant to Support Youth Advocacy and Engagement

Sacramento, California – November 19, 2020 – Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) has received a $1 million dollar grant from Elevate Youth California, a project of The Center at Sierra Health Foundation under contract with the California Department of Health Care Services. Elevate Youth California is a statewide program

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What is Medicare?

Medicare is a health insurance program provided by the federal government for qualifying individuals, including people over the age of 65, those with certain disabilities, and individuals with end-stage kidney disease. Some people may confuse Medicaid and Medicare programs — the primary difference between the two is that Medicaid is

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Healthy Tips for Health Education Week

It’s National Health Education Week and we want to highlight the importance of healthy practices. To be a well-rounded healthy person, you need to take care of both your physical and mental health needs. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has changed the ways we’re able to care for our physical health. As we

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Sacramento, California – October 15, 2020 – The California Primary Care Association (CPCA) announced this week that Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) Chief Executive Office Britta Guerrero (San Carlos Apache) will serve as the 2020/21 Board of Directors Chair-Elect. She is the first Native American elected to serve in

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LGBTQ2S Suicide Prevention

Statistics show that the risk of suicide is higher for people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, or Two Spirit (LGBTQ2S). In addition, factors such as homophobia, isolation, and rejection increase the risk of suicide. An individual’s risk can be decreased if they are connected to their culture

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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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