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Community Partners and Events
Save the Date! Women in the NAACP and Harriet Tubman Liberation Foundation Present 2nd Annual You Matter Women's Conference March 8-10.
Join us for this free 3-day conference with featured presentations from Women of Color facilitators who are experts in their fields, providing vital life-changing information on women's healthcare, mental healthcare, spiritual direction, nutrition, eldercare, and yoga.
Register for the Conference.
Contact us for more information:
or call (315) 816-8529
Join Jessica Charbonneau, Licensed Clinical Social Worker at East Hill Medical Center's Inner Wellness behavioral health department for this therapeutic support group for non-parental caregivers from 5-6 pm on the 3rd Monday of each month. This group is designed to support the physical and mental health of non-parental caregivers through education, development of coping strategies, peer support and connection, addressing caregiver fatigue, and helping to access resources and services. There is no cost to participate and childcare is available with advanced notice by calling 315-253-8477 Prompt 6.
Join Jessica Charbonneau, Licensed Clinical Social Worker at East Hill Medical Center's Inner Wellness behavioral health department for this unique therapeutic book club in partnership with Seymour Library in downtown Auburn. A variety of mental health related topics including wellness and self care will be discussed. Free and open to the public. Books available for check-out with your library card!
Stop out December 9 to East Hill Medical Center's Celebration of Health at Booker T. Washington Community Center from 11 am to 1 pm. Join East Hill providers and community partners and get a jumpstart on your healthy new year by attending health workshops focused on Mindful Eating by East Hill Inner Wellness therapist Jessica Charbonneau, LCSW, Healthy Cooking by East Hill School-Based Health Manager Eric Eisenberg, Nutrition by Summit Pediatrics Pediatrician Dr. Gabriel, Yoga & Breathwork by Pure Moon Yoga owner Linda Galbato, and Menstrual Health by Natural Beauty Cuties owner Shara Armprester.
Holiday Health Challenge December 9-22 - REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
East Hill Medical Center's two-week Holiday Health Challenge is designed to connect and engage people in healthy activities over the holidays and provide a jumpstart to a healthy new year. There is no cost to participate. Businesses, organizations, friends, and families are encouraged to form teams, log activities, post photos, and have fun through the Holiday Health Challenge! Participants/Teams will track and enter their steps over a 2-week period. The challenge will “go live” on December 9, at which time a Log Activities button will display when you log in.
Register for the challenge here: https://diem.life/get-tickets/1220/68849/info
This is a 2 step process. You will register online, and then you will receive an email to activate your registration. Follow the steps below.
Click on the registration link.
Select your team from the drop-down list.
If you are the first person from your team to register, click on Create New Team to form your team.
If you do not have a team, select the Community Team.
You will receive two emails: the first will be your ticket to the challenge. This is for informational purposes only.
The second email will be an activation email. Click on the Activate Account link and create a password for your account to finalize registration.
We are grateful to our business partners for offering these health and wellness discounts to Challenge participants.
Pure Moon Yoga: $9 drop-in rate during the challenge
Crystal Clear Health & Wellness: $20 foot detox or sauna session (1/2 price!) one month offer
Join Jessica Charbonneau, Licensed Clinical Social Worker at East Hill Medical Center's Inner Wellness behavioral health department for this unique therapeutic book club in partnership with Seymour Library in downtown Auburn. A variety of mental health related topics including wellness and self care will be discussed. Check back for offerings in 2024!
Join Nicki Catalfano, East Hill Medical Center's Family Support Coordinator and Julie Wall, CAP Community Action Program's Family Engagement Assistant for this Parent Education Series. Learn healthy ways to manage typical frustrations like pushing, arguing, intrusion, back talk, transitional and daily routines. No Cost to participate! You choose which sessions to attend. Childcare and transportation available. Call 315-255-1171 or email Nicki to register.
Don't miss our annual Trunk or Treat at Auburn City Hall Parking Lot Friday October 27 from 5 pm - 7 pm! Children accompanied by parents or guardians are welcome to participate in this walk-through event. Special thanks to the City of Auburn including Police and Fire for partnering on this family-friendly event.
Mission Mile is ongoing now through the first week of August. Our goal is to collect a mile of food to feed the hungry. All food and monetary donations collected will be distributed to those in need during National Health Center Week August 6-11. Donation boxes have been placed at Duckett Family Medicine and Summit Pediatrics located at 13 North Fulton Street in Auburn, East Hill Headquarters located at 144 Genesee Street in Auburn, Auburn City Hall, Cayuga County Health Dept., Cayuga County Office Building, Lyons National Bank downtown and Grant Ave branches, BTW Community Center, and Auburn YMCA. We thank our partners for joining our Mission and hosting food collection sites.
Every August, the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) sponsors National Health Center Week to celebrate and increase awareness of the important work of Community Health Centers (CHCs) across the country including East Hill Medical Center. This year’s celebration takes place August 6-12 and we are planning multiple events during the week to celebrate our staff, patients and community partners. Check back for a full schedule of events!
A big THANK YOU to our Sponsors!
Monday August 7 - Homeless Day. Food and Personal Care Items collected by East Hill Employees and partners will be donated to Saints Peter and John Episcopal Church in Auburn.
Tuesday August 8 - Agricultural/Civic Engagement Day. Be on the lookout for our Farmers Market video! We will provide patients with information on use of SNAP benefits to buy fresh food at the Market. And the League of Women Voters will be at our headquarters on Genesee Street to help patients and the public register to vote.
Wednesday August 9 - Patient Appreciation Day. Each of our practices is selecting a theme to celebrate patients.
Thursday August 10 - Stakeholder Appreciation Day. Join us for a walk through downtown Auburn to Market Street Park. Come celebrate the great care East Hill and our partners provide in the community from 12:30 - 1:30 pm.
Friday August 11 - Staff Appreciation Day. All staff will gather for professional development training and appreciation at Springside Inn.
East Hill Medical Center is a proud sponsor of Auburn's Juneteenth Celebration! Stop out for this free community event at Carriage House Theater in Auburn, June 16 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Hear from nationally renowned speaker Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, interviewed by Legislator Brian Muldrow. Topics will include the history of Juneteenth, legacy of Harriet Tubman and health inequities. Community awards will be given to honor those who support our black and brown communities of color.
East Hill Medical Center is teaming up with Booker T. Washington Community Center (BTW) to run a Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic from 9 am to 12 pm Saturday, March 25, to provide vaccines to adults and children as young as 6 months. Medical staff will provide the Moderna vaccination series, offering participants either the initial series or boosters. Sign up for your 10-minute time slot online or call 315-612-3450. This clinic is free, and insurance will be billed if that information is provided. Please bring insurance information if available.
Women in the NAACP and Harriet Tubman Liberation Foundation Present:
1st Annual You Matter Women's Conference
Join us for this free two-day conference with featured presentations from African-American facilitators who are experts in their fields, providing vital life-changing information on women's healthcare, mental healthcare, spiritual direction, nutrition, eldercare, and yoga.
For more information:
or call (315) 816-8529
NYS Equal Rights Heritage Center
25 South Street, Auburn, NY 13021
and Auburn Public Theater
Harriet Tubman Memorial
AME Zion Church
90 Franklin Street, Auburn, NY 13021
NAACP Seeking Members for Health Commitee
The NACCP Health Committee meets virtually on the first Tuesday of each month from 12:00 p.m. to 12:50 p.m. with the goal of promoting affordable, accessible, and quality health care. Access to good, affordable nutrition that is locally sourced and working to have a proactive health policy in the local health system to help reduce health disparities.
Anyone interested may contact the Committee Chairs at:
Behavioral Health Group
Feb 22, at 6:00 p.m.
Place: Metcalf Building, 144 Genesee St. Auburn, NY 13021
Link to our partners
Don't Wait, Vaccinate! PSA for Auburn and Cayuga County, NY - YouTube
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