Back-to-school is coming up and and during July’s Cafecito Time con Equality Health our special guest shared how you and your child can start building routines, confidence and skills now to help prepare for the return to the classroom.
Equality Health aims to create a world in which everyone has equal access to quality healthcare. Through the Cultural Care Model, a whole-person healthcare delivery system, Equality Health is dedicated to making value-based care more accessible.
When it comes to risk-taking — doing something that can be harmful or dangerous — men clearly outdo women. That risky behavior has put men way behind women when it comes to their health.
Check out June’s Cafecito Time con Equality Health where we discussed men’s health and wellness. We talked about health threats that specifically impact men, ways to detect early symptoms of certain health conditions, and tips to help men stay healthy.
We talked to community members and asked them what the COVID-19 vaccine means to them. “Now that I am vaccinated, I feel better about any opportunity to be with my family members and keep them safe,” said Brian Watson.
Equality Health Community Health Workers Nora Lozano and Maria Valdez presented at the Arizona Community Health Workers Association (AzCHOW) annual conference on Friday, June 25.
We asked community members to share a message about why the COVID-19 vaccine is important to them and the community. “This is our hope,” says Dennis Prince.
Most people don’t look forward to getting vaccinated. Maybe for the promise of protection, yes; but not for the ouch of the shot and possible reactions. For some of you, the hesitancy might go beyond skin deep. Memories, history and stories may make you shy away from any kind of vaccination.
We talked to college students and asked them to share a message about the COVID-19 vaccine with the community. “Think about others,” said Caleb Blackmon.
Behavioral health is emotional health. Symptoms may show up differently for everyone, but it’s important to recognize the symptoms and get help if needed.