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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 for a safe and fun learning space. 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 for a safe and fun learning space. As a growing man, it can be difficult to ask for help. COVID-19 has drastically shifted the school situation and social distancing, …

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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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Lift Each Other Up Photo Contest

Submit a Photo to Support Fellow Southeast Alaskans As Southeast Alaskans, we support and lift each other up, even when life gets hard.  September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and to promote healthy activities during …

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