No matter where you go on planet Earth, women have held an important role in the development and evolution of the human race. For starters, everyone has a mother. During the nine months your mother carried you, her body provided nourishment for your developing body. Women are the predominant caretakers in the world. They are unique and exceptional beings filled with love.
As the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine in Arizona continues to gain momentum, the official statistics still show more people have not received the vaccine than have. Everyone’s participation is crucial to reach a successful solution for this public health crisis.
Dr. Edmond Baker, Medical Director, Equality Health, explains why masks are essential even after you’ve received the COVID-19 vaccine.
What does life look like after you get the COVID-19 vaccine? Can your life go back to normal right away? Watch the video to learn more from Dr. Edmond Baker, Medical Director, Equality Health.
The COVID-19 vaccine is our shot at returning to normal. Equality Health Foundation, with HeroZona Foundation and community partners, is working hard to establish trust and get the vaccine out to diverse communities hit hardest by the pandemic. Thank you, ABC World News, for helping us raise awareness about this important topic.
Equality Health Foundation and Herozona Foundation held a vaccination event Saturday, April 17 at Sunnyslope Senior Center. The organizations are working to protect underserved communities hit hard by the pandemic.
On the first Saturday in April, the U.S. celebrates National Love Our Children Day. The fitting start to National Child Abuse Prevention Month places attention on the hidden epidemic of violence toward and neglect of children. It’s a reminder for everyone to appreciate children and develop loving and respectful relationships with them.
Tomás León, interim President of the Equality Health Foundation, was recently featured in the Arizona Horizons segment, Horizonte, hosted by José Cárdenas, to discuss the work that the OneCommunity Initiative is doing to bring equity to the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Equality Health is joining others in our community in taking the Healthy AZ Pledge, a wellness initiative by Wellness AtoZ, to encourage Arizonans to follow recommended prevention guidelines to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Equality Health Foundation, HeroZona Foundation, and coalition partners held a vaccine event on Saturday at South Mountain Community College to help diverse communities hit hardest by the pandemic get access to the vaccine. “It’s kind of nice just to feel that relief and you’ve done your part to not only save yourself but other people too,” said a COVID-19 vaccine recipient after receiving their shot.