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Mary Ingvoldstad

Drive-Thru Flu Shots for HOPES Patients

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Drive-Thru Flu Shots for HOPES Patients! Saturday, September 26th, 2020 from 10am-3:30pm In the HOPES parking lot (please use the entrance on 5th Street) *No appointment needed* Flu shots available for adults and children 4 and older Wear clothing that allows easy access to your upper arms All occupants in…

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September is National Recovery Month

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What is MAT? MAT stands for Medication-Assisted Treatment What does the MAT Program at HOPES do and how does it help people in recovery? Northern Nevada HOPES’ MAT program is a behavioral health focused program that uses medications to support recovery for individuals struggling with alcohol and/or opioid dependence. HOPES…

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NATIONAL HEALTH CENTER WEEK 2020

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National Health Center Week 2020 will be celebrated August 9 – August 15 recognizing the work Community Health Centers have done while fighting on the front lines of COVID-19 to keep our communities healthy and safe. Health centers like Northern Nevada HOPES provide preventive and primary care services to almost…

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July is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

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Laura Romano, Licensed Clinical Social Worker at Northern Nevada HOPES, shared her reflection during Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, about HOPES’ commitment to providing high-quality, culturally competent and accessible care to all members of our community. “We really do try to provide culturally affirming and responsive client care that centers…

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A Message To Our HOPES Patients

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To Our HOPES Patients: As the world is slowly reopening, and the pandemic continues, the HOPES team would like to remind you that we are open and want to help our patients. We are following all guidelines for staff and facility infection control. We are seeing patients inside the clinic,…

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Show Your PRIDE and Give OUT For HOPES

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Friends, During these uncertain times, we cannot ignore important members of our community. Nearly 1 in 10 LGBTQ people are unemployed and are more likely to live in poverty than straight and cisgender people. Many LGBTQ people cannot afford the health care that they need or afford to engage in preventative health…

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