May is Mental Health Awareness Month

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Coming Together for the Mental Health and Wellness of Our Community Mental Health Awareness Month is a national movement that aims to raise awareness and provide support to individuals living with mental illness. During this time, community members promote mental health as a crucial component of overall wellness and advocate for integrated care, funding for mental health services, and the implementation of policies that further protect and support individuals living with mental illnesses and disorders. This year, the National Alliance on Mental Illness declared “Together for Mental Health” as the theme for 2022’s Mental Health Awareness Month. With the number of Americans living with mental illnesses increasing, this year’s theme encourages the public to stand together to advocate for mental health and improved access to…

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[Video] New Health Center Update!

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Marin City Clinic is excited to share an update on the progress of our new health center at 100 Phillips Drive in Marin City. The new health center will provide comprehensive health care services to all communities in Marin County including primary medical care, dental care, behavioral health services, substance abuse services, chiropractic care and more. The new facility also provides more clinical space than the current location occupied by the organization at 630 Drake Avenue with over $2.4 Million in retrofitting, including the addition of 15 exam rooms for medical, dental and behavioral health care services to accommodate the clinic’s approximately 3000 patients. The new space will also be fitted for updated emergency management systems, including a power generator and updated HVAC system. The…

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COVID-19 Omicron Variant: What you need to know.

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Notice:The information below was distributed directly from the Center for Disease Control website here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html. If you believe you may have been exposed to COVID-19 you can call Marin City Health and Wellness Center for information on getting tested at 415-339-8813. What We Know about Omicron CDC is working with state and local public health officials to monitor the spread of Omicron. As of December 20, 2021, Omicron has been detected in most states and territories and is rapidly increasing the proportion of COVID-19 cases it is causing.CDC has been collaborating with global public health and industry partners to learn about Omicron, as we continue to monitor its course. We don’t yet know how easily it spreads, the severity of illness it causes, or how well available vaccines…

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[News Article] Marin City Health and Wellness Breaks Ground for New Health Center in Marin City

Marin City Health and Wellness Center, whose mission is to provide innovative health and wellness services to all, with the goal of African-American Health Equity celebrates the groundbreaking of its new health center at 100 Phillips Drive in Marin City. The new health center will provide comprehensive health care services to all communities in Marin County including primary medical care, dental care, behavioral health services, substance abuse services, chiropractic care and more.   Read full article at Marin City News.

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[Video] How were Black people involved in the COVID vaccine development?

How were Black people and other people of color involved in the COVID vaccine development? Valerie Montgomery Rice, MD explains how Black scientists and researchers were involved in the COVID vaccine research. 

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Serving your health during Coronavirus risk

If you are sick, please call us before walking into one of our health clinics, so we can plan for your visit: 415.339.8813. UPDATE 3/23: Marin City now has a dedicated Health and Human Services hotline: Call 415-359-3135 for community food distribution locations, and resources for public assistance, older adults, Medi-Cal/CalFresh/CalWorks, or visit marinhhs.org. (Messages will be returned within 24 hours.) In order to comply with the mandatory Marin County shelter in place order, the Marin City Health & Wellness Center will remain open. However, we will be using a variety of methods to provide care in the safest way possible. This means all patients will be screened prior to scheduled visits (no walk in’s please) and provided services by phone or telehealth when possible. At this…

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