Today the Hep B Project met with representatives for the Lao Family Community Development in Oakland to discuss the possibilities of hosting a health workshop in the future. The Lao Family Community Development, or LFCD, focuses on providing resources to new immigrants and refugees just starting out in the U.S. The Hep B Project is proud to announce it will soon host workshops at the center, especially targeting Burmese and Butanaese patients.
For more information, check out http://www.lcd.org/ and look for our upcoming events!
The Hep B Project just heard back from Hyphen magazine and is thrilled to announce it will be featured in the April Edition coming out next year. The article will address some of the issues and experiences our organization has faced in its two year history, but most importantly it will emphasize the importance of getting screened. This is a great chance for the pr
Alameda County Board Supervisor Wilma Chan in collaboration with the Alameda Health Consortium, Alameda Alliance for Health, Alameda County Medical Center, Alameda County Health Care Services Agency, Alameda County Public Health Department, AlamedaCounty Social Services Agency, and HealthPAC launched a new consumer website for the uninsured, AChealthcare.org.
ACHealthcare.org is the first website in the country to integrate local health services for low-income, uninsured families in one online location. It will help individuals cross barriers of language and accessibility to find healthcare services in the right language, location, and price range.
Make sure to check our the website and help spread the word!
The Hep B Project is happy to announce we will be hosting a fundraiser at Berkeley's House of Curries on Saturday, October 8. For each customer bringing in our personalized flyer, House of Curries will return 10% of the bill to our project's cause so we can continue to educate, screen, and vaccinate any low-income, uninsured individuals for Hepatitis B. Make sure to come by
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