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New Blog: Gender Affirming Care by Merissa Posh (Pomo) and Marisela Featherstone (Chicane, Lipan Apache)

Gender Affirming Care

Sacramento, California – June 21, 2024– Gender-affirming care is a gamut of care that includes “social, psychological, behavioral, and medical interventions designed to support and affirm an individual’s gender identity” (World Health Organization). There are four distinct types of affirming care, which include social affirmation, puberty blockers, hormone therapy, and gender-affirming

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2024 Community Needs Assessment

  The Sacramento Native American Health Center, Inc. (SNAHC) is excited to share its 2024 Community Needs Assessment (CNA), which can be accessed using the links below.  CNAs are a way to get a sense of the health priorities of the community, and SNAHC conducts them every 3 years to

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New Blog: Missing & Murdered Indigenous People Awareness Month written by Merissa Posh (Pomo) and Marisela Featherstone (Chicane, Lipan Apache)

Missing & Murdered Indigenous People Awareness Month (MMIP)

Sacramento, California – May 17, 2024– Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Day, or MMIP Day is honored on May 5th. A day when we recognize the intentional and significant suffering so many Native Americans and Indigenous people have endured. This year, thanks to the joint efforts of many Tribes across California,

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Rock Your Mocs: Empowering Native/Indigenous Identity & Heritage

Sacramento, California – November 15, 2023— Rock Your Mocs (RYM) is a week-long worldwide social media event designed to share Native and Indigenous pride. Originally set for just one day, November 15th, it has now been extended to a week giving schools and other organizations an opportunity to participate. This

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Every Child Matters: National Day of Truth and Reconciliation

Sacramento, California – September 30, 2023— Content warning! The stories in this blog may be triggering for some people.   National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, also known as Orange Shirt Day, is recognized on September 30th commemorating the over 150,000 Native American children who attended Indian Residential Schools and the

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Latinx Insights: A Journey To Understanding

Sacramento, California – September 15, 2023— Latinx Heritage Month begins on September 15th. Originally just a week-long celebration declared by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1968, was later extended to a full month in 1988 by President Ronald Regan. Honduras, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and El Salvador all share the

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SNAHC Responds To Medi-Cal Eligibility & Renewal Process

Sacramento, California – July 31, 2023— Historically, our communities were built on a foundation of interdependence and generosity. Our communities lived in balance with our environment and were guided by each of the four seasons to achieve sustainability (health) and feed (nurture) our people. Each changing season brought about new

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Care, Community, Culture Hits South Sacramento

Sacramento, California – July 12, 2023— The Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) has officially opened a full-service health center at 3800 Florin Road in South Sacramento. This is the third SNAHC location including another full-service clinic on J Street in Midtown and a School-based Health Center at Grant Union

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