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Diabetes Awareness Month

Diabetes is an incurable condition that affects more than 34 million Americans by limiting their ability to transform food into energy. To educate people around the country about this disease – including the estimated 7 …

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Auntie’s House

Haa Tláak’w Hás Hídi – Young women’s community in a safe, non-judgmental space for 12-24-year-olds. In the village, few places were more sacred than Auntie’s House. It was shelter when your body most needed it. …

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Uncle’s House

Gáagaagyaa Náay – Young men’s community in a safe, non-judgmental space for teens 12-17 and men 18-24. As a growing man, it can be difficult to ask for help. COVID-19 has drastically shifted the school …

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Flu Season 2020

Important Update Every year, SEARHC and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend individuals six months and older receive a flu vaccine. This year, due to the potential combined impact of the flu and …

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Suicide doesn’t stop the pain

She’s 15. She’s bullied at school. She’s bullied online. She wishes she could disappear. She’s only a sophomore – there are still two more years of high school after this. She worries all the time about what …

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