Tag: Health

Pop-Up COVID Vaccination Site

Vaccine event in South Central Phoenix for those 55 years of age and older and if they are residents of the area (85009, 85007, 85004, 85003 85034). This is drive up and pedestrian-friendly site at Harmon Park – 1425 S 5th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004. To register call (602) 542-1000 and use code PHXHARMON to …

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COVID-19 Testing – IRC Tucson

Get Tested. Protect your Family. No pre-registration, register on-site! No appointments, walk ups only! Hazte la Prueba. Protege a tu Familia. ¡No es necesario registrarse por adelantado, regístrese en el sitio! ¡No es necesario hacer una cita, solamente recibiremos a personas sin cita!

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COVID-19 Testing – IRC Tucson

Get Tested. Protect your Family. No pre-registration, register on-site! No appointments, walk ups only! Hazte la Prueba. Protege a tu Familia. ¡No es necesario registrarse por adelantado, regístrese en el sitio! ¡No es necesario hacer una cita, solamente recibiremos a personas sin cita!

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Rebuilding Our Immigration System

Join HIAS and the Jewish Family Service of San Diego for an in-depth discussion on what the current changes mean for immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers today, and our role as a community in preserving their right to seek asylum. MUST REGISTER to receive Zoom Link: www.jfssd.org/community-conversations/ Speakers: Norma Chávez-Peterson, Executive Director, ACLU of San Diego …

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Refugee Mental Health & Wellness Conference

Join us on Thursday, February 25, 2021 for the 4th Annual Refugee Mental Health and Wellness Conference. The conference brings together refugee leaders, social service providers, mental health clinicians, students, and refugee advocates from across the world. This year, our theme will focus on the intersection of COVID-19, mental health, and social justice. The conference will feature keynote speakers, breakout sessions, and …

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Understanding Diverse Communities to Support Equitable and Informed COVID-19 Vaccination Decision-Making

National surveys and polls have shown concerning low percentages of adults who intend to get a COVID-19 vaccine once available to them. These findings have fluctuated over time and varied by factors such as race, ethnicity, gender, age, education, and political affiliation. They also underscore the need to further explore individuals’ perspectives and better understand …

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