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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Bayview Blooms Garden Crawl – FREE EVENT

Join the first Bayview garden crawl – Pints for Plants where members of the San Francisco Department of Public Health, Imprint City, and Bayview Community gather together to tour two Bayview community gardens. Bring your family and friends and enjoy the day in Bayview’s beautiful gardens. Michaela Moss, health educator from Bayview Hunters Point Clinic, will be providing free food demonstrations that everyone can enjoy! On Saturday July 27th, 2019 we will tour Adam Rogers Garden (1298 Oakdale Avenue, San Francisco, CA) and City of Dreams Garden (1030 Oakdale Ave, San Francisco, CA). We will touch, and taste the healthy resources growing right here in the Bayview Neighborhood! The tour will begin at Adam Rogers Garden (1298 Oakdale Avenue, San Francisco, CA). Registration starts at…

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Putting Yourself First: a free HEAL group

Put yourself first! Ever heard them say on an airplane to put on your own oxygen mask first? Well, we know that this can be easier to say than to do. Let us help. Join this free Healthy Eating, Active Living (HEAL) activity. This is a weekly supportive and rejuvenating group for navigating obstacles and meeting personal goals — attend once or every week. It’s free. Meets Fridays at 11:00am. This group that looks at our personal sense of value and purpose, and how to balance our own needs with those of others. We will cultivate our empowerment and sense of self, and look at any obstacles (internal or external) where we don’t act in accordance with our values and integrity. Often when we put…

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Women’s Circle of Support

Women’s Circle of Support for Pain and Illness This is a weekly group for women struggling with chronic illness or other health issues who are feeling isolated. We know it can be hard to “put on your own oxygen mask first!” Come together to find resources and support each other. Attend once or every week. It’s free. Meets Tuesdays at 1:45. Location Meet in the conference room of the Marin City Community Services District. Located in the brown shingle building on right (with the mural) at 630 Drake Avenue, Marin City. Facilitator Catherine Ewing, LCSW, and Deborah Spake, AMFT For More Information… See a list of services and other groups at marincityclinic.org/mentalhealth. Interested in another group or at another time? Please call or email Rodneisha Earl,…

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Putting Yourself First: a free HEAL group

Put yourself first! Ever heard them say on an airplane to put on your own oxygen mask first? Well, we know that this can be easier to say than to do. Let us help. Join this free Healthy Eating, Active Living (HEAL) activity. This is a weekly supportive and rejuvenating group for navigating obstacles and meeting personal goals — attend once or every week. It’s free. Meets Fridays at 11:00am. This group that looks at our personal sense of value and purpose, and how to balance our own needs with those of others. We will cultivate our empowerment and sense of self, and look at any obstacles (internal or external) where we don’t act in accordance with our values and integrity. Often when we put…

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