Children’s Advocacy Center moves

Child victims of crime in Calaveras County have a new place to heal. The Calaveras Children’s Counseling and Advocacy Center has moved to 1934 Highway 26, Valley Springs, and is open for business. Previously in San Andreas, the center offers free counseling, advocacy and support for child victims of crime and their families. The new Read More »

Dental checks to move into schools thanks to virtual technology

YUCCA VALLEY — Preventing dental disease in children across the Morongo Basin is the goal of the Morongo Basin Healthcare District’s new dental program. The new Virtual Dental Home Initiative was presented by Ronald A. Stewart, executive director of the district’s two health clinics, March 1. The new program uses technology to link health center Read More »

ACHD Appoints New Director

(February 20, 2018) The Association of California Healthcare Districts (ACHD) is pleased to announce the election of Linda Wagner, CEO of Seneca Healthcare District, as Trustee on the ACHD Board of Directors. “It is such an honor to be instated to the Board of ACHD. I’m excited to work alongside a great group of influential Read More »

Pioneers Memorial Healthcare District offers new radiology technology

Pioneers Memorial Healthcare District purchased an additional new radiology device that will provide better diagnoses and treat many forms of cancer, gastrointestinal and genitourinary disorders, and other traumatic injuries for Imperial Valley families. The newly purchased TOSHIBA Aquilion 64 CT SYSTEM with the VeloCT console will improve image quality without risking patients and emits 40 percent less radiation than its previous Read More »

Youth advocates knock on doors for community safety (Fallbrook Regional Health District)

Teenagers in North County are teaming up with the San Diego Sheriff’s Department and other community partners to make their neighborhood safer. Whether it’s not enough street lighting or too much graffiti, they’re knocking on doors to find out. “We’re moving place by place in the community to make sure we get everybody’s opinions,” said Read More »

San Diego area teens develop leadership skills (Fallbrook Regional Health District)

A small group of Fallbrook and San Marcos teens learned new leadership skills and tools that can be used to help reduce alcohol and drug abuse among their peers at an all-day “Youth Advocacy Leadership Event” at the Fallbrook Community Center June 3, 2017. Sponsored by the North Inland Community Prevention Program and the Fallbrook Read More »

Students get a taste of healthy eating (Tulare Local Healthcare District)

Nearly 50 percent of Tulare County fifth-graders are obese, according to 2015 data from the California Department of Education. With that rate steadily rising, from 44.4 percent in 2014 to 48.6 percent in 2015, Tulare Regional Medical Center decided to educate those who are currently in the process of developing relationships with food: elementary school Read More »

Fallbrook Regional Health District grows affordable public health services by 35% for low and fixed income populations

The Fallbrook Regional Health District board at the regular board meeting on June 14 approved $858,721.35 in affordable public health services for 16 applicant agencies providing 21 programs, accounting for a 35 percent increase – or $224,413 more in public health services over last year. The no-cost health services will benefit about 75,000 low- and Read More »