Over $1.63 million in grants was announced for local efforts to get people vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19. Local health officials, including CHC's CEO Ronald Castle, gathered in Santa Barbara to hear Rep. Salud Carbajal announce four new grants to help protect central coast residents.
That’s right – the spooky word on the street is true – CHC’s annual Halloween Candy Buy Back event is BACK! Trade in that extra Halloween candy for great prizes and raffle tickets to enter our raffles for awesome prizes!
Every year, TRI recognizes an Ambassador who has worked tirelessly to help strengthen communities through the use of the Trauma and Community Resiliency Models. TRI has named their 2021 Individual Ambassador of the Year as: Magdalena Sunshine Serrano, LCSW - Director of Behavioral Health and Psychiatry Services at CHC
April is National Minority Health Month (NMHM). This year Community Health Centers of the Central Coast is joining the HHS Office of Minority Health (OMH) to highlight the important role each of us can play in our communities to help reduce health disparities and improve the health of all racial and ethnic minorities and American Indian/Alaska Natives. This theme for this year is Give Your Community a Boost!