Author: jquiroga

Propping Up Indian Health Care Through Medicaid

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NATIVE HEALTH was mentioned in the online health policy journal, Health Affair about Medicaid expansion in Arizona and how its helped the Indian Health Service and tribally run health systems improve access. Click here: http://content.healthaffairs.org/content/36/8/1360.full to view the article or click here: ProppingUpIndianHealthCareThroughMedicaid to download a Adobe PDF version of the article.

HHS awards nearly $105 million to improve health center quality

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Today, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced that nearly $105 million has been awarded to 1,333 health centers in all U.S. states, territories and the District of Columbia as an investment in quality improvement, building upon their 2016 achievements. Health centers will use these funds to further improve the quality, efficiency, and effectiveness of the health care…
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Family Dynamics

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by Jason Miller, LMSW NATIVE HEALTH Behavioral Health Counselor A Deeper Education Going back to school for youth can mean a lot of things. For some teens, high school is easy. For some others each school year can be filled with anxiety and self-doubt on performance with their classes, being popular or other things. For those that struggle, education can…
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NHC Children’s Art Contest at NATIVE HEALTH and NHW

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NATIVE HEALTH is sponsoring a children’s art contest, during National Health Center Week for children ages 7-12. One winner from NATIVE HEALTH and NHW Community Health Center will each receive a free bicycle and helmet. To enter, draw a picture using any drawing medium (pencil, paints, markers, colored pencils, etc.) in the box below. Please use bright colors and the…
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Need Relief From Your Title Loan?

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Four community-focused organizations have partnered to launch a program to assist Maricopa County residents struggling to pay off high-cost car title loans. The program is called “Lend a Hand,” and is being offered through a partnership between the Arizona Community Foundation, MariSol Federal Credit Union, the Phoenix IDA, and Take Charge America. The program will pay off up to $2,000 in…
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