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Back to School Prep (Immunizations)

Back to School Prep (Immunizations)

Back to School Prep (Immunizations)

Chapa-De Indian Health Auburn Grass Valley

It is that time of year again. Our children are getting ready to go back to school and we are working hard to make sure they are prepared. Back-to-school lists include pencil boxes, backpacks, lunch pails, and more. But as you begin to prepare for the school year ahead,

Chapa-De Indian Health Scholarship

Chapa-De Indian Health Scholarship

Chapa-De Indian Health Scholarship
In Memory of April Moore

Now Accepting Scholarship Applications

Chapa-De Health Care Auburn Grass Valley

            Each year, Chapa-De Indian Health is honored to award a $1,000 scholarship in memory of April Moore, a dear friend who served as our Board President for many years.

National Farmer’s Market Week

National Farmer’s Market Week

National Farmer’s Market Week

Chapa-De Indian Health Auburn Grass Valley

National Farmer’s Market week is recognized from August 5-11. It is a week that is used to promote healthy eating and help promote local farmer’s businesses across the nation. Chapa-De would like to take this week to thank all of the farmers in the Northern California region for producing healthy food options for our communities.

Watermelon Day Chapa-De Indian Health Auburn Grass Valley

Watermelon Day

Watermelon Day

Chapa-De Indian Health Auburn Grass Valley

August 3rd is National Watermelon Day and what better time of year to celebrate than right before school starts and everyone is enjoying the final days of summer.

Watermelons are a great low-cost healthy treat that can feed a table of people.

World Breastfeeding Week

World Breastfeeding Week

Chapa-De Indian Health Auburn Grass Valley

World Breastfeeding Week supports mothers who breastfeed and promotes the health benefits of breastfeeding when a baby is born. Chapa-De also supports breastfeeding as a healthy option for mothers after pregnancy and for their newborn babies.

Chapa-De knows that some women cannot breastfeed because of complications,