Category Archives: Events
Confused about the latest changes to health care and tax laws? Afraid of applying for public benefits because of potential changes to immigration laws?
Join San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services and Legal Aid Society for an informative presentation, offered in English and Spanish, on health coverage programs for all immigrants in California.
There will also be a community resource fair, on-site health screening, children’s activities, free refreshments, health insurance enrollment and more. See thee event flyer in or for more information.
January 28, 2018, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
St. Francis of Assisi Church
1425 Bay Road
East Palo Alto, CA 94303
Please register by January 19 here. Interpreter services available within 3 days notice.
Questions? Contact Winnie Wu (650) 372-6113, firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a result of the Day of Collaboration in the East Bayshore Community Service Area, the East Palo Alto Community Counseling Center (EPACCC) team opted to volunteer their time at the Ecumenical Hunger Program one afternoon in lieu of a holiday party. The entire Staff participated in sorting clothes and pantry donations for the residents of East Palo Alto and East Menlo Park. It was wonderful for the team to spend a bit of time together as a staff outside of the clinic and deliver direct service to the Community.
Health insurance keeps you healthy and financially covered when you need it most. Wondering what health coverage plan is best for you?
Join the Health Coverage: Uncovered social media chat with San Mateo County enrollment counselors Tuesday, December 12, from 1 to 3 p.m. Log on to Facebook (facebook.com/SMCHealth) and Twitter (twitter.com/smchealth) and ask any health insurance questions. Follow the conversation at @SMCHealth and #GetCoveredSMC for all the updates. Help will be available in English and Spanish. Read more
Today at the Women in County Government recognition ceremony, one of our very own, Roxanne Clarke, was presented with the Public Service: The Extra Mile award for going above and beyond the call of duty as a bilingual Psychiatric Social Worker at Canyon Oaks Youth Center.
Canyon Oaks Supervising Mental Health Clinician, Victoria Valencia, presented Roxanne with the award, citing her ability to overcome unexpected challenges with a level head.
In her acceptance speech, Roxanne credited her mother with insisting she pursue a college degree – a decision that opened up a world of opportunities which previously seemed out of reach. Roxanne also spoke about the importance of nurturing and supporting our youth community, so they too can achieve their full potential.