This project will implement an educational workshop discussing its current research and benefits will be presented to the CBOs, allowing the opportunity to identify gaps in knowledge and better understand barriers to art therapy integration.
This project plans to educate and create a community for adolescents with congenital heart disease (CHD); a place to laugh, play and grow with individuals who understand what it’s like to grow up with a transformed, upgraded heart (hence My Heart 2.0).
This project seeks to formalize the interaction between various providers and agencies in Inyo County who work with children in order to improve the identification of families who are at increased risk of child abuse or neglect and the ability of these families to access supportive services.
This project seeks to address the high burden of mental health issues among women and girls in the South Asian community, by working to raise awareness about key community issues, including cultural and social shame surrounding the topics of mental health, sexuality, and gender identity.
This project focuses on developing a sustainable, peer-ambassador nutrition behavior curriculum and implementing training among interested students to broaden the reach of an existing after school gardening program to promote positive nutrition behavioral changes for the school community at large.
This project aims to support families waiting for access to ABA by demonstrating hands-on strategies for implementing behavioral interventions, to improve families’ understanding of behavioral strategies, and timely initiation of early intervention for children with ASD via a web-based video series that will be publicly available to families/caregivers.
Promoting Childhood Literacy & Anti-Bias Development
Iván Marquez, MD
This project aims to adapt the Reach Out and Read (ROR) model to reflect the inclusive and culturally responsive care model practiced at the Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC), by contributing to the workplace culture essential to SNAHC’s care model.
The VOICE Project will take a strengths-based approach by bringing local student leaders from underserved backgrounds to our clinic waiting rooms to register, educate, and empower adolescents and family members to vote.