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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read an HHS Blog.
All of my health care providers consulted with each other frequently and with me. They included me in the decision process.
Read a blog post about HHS Innovation Day 2016.
We need innovation to help transform health and health care for the better and for all.
Tagged:
innovation
Read a blog post about the role faith and community leaders play with minority mental health.
The 100-Day Challenge will help catalyze community action to establish bold, creative, and innovative ways to help homeless youth find stable housing.
Tagged:
homeless | families
Read a blog post about the role faith and community leaders play with minority mental health.
The reality is that many minority individuals and families in America currently struggle with mental illness.
Read a blog post about what you need to know about the Zika virus.
The biggest risk of Zika virus is to pregnant women or women of childbearing age.
Read a blog about Kibrom’s #RefugeesWelcome story.
To live in the United States is just like heaven for us. We have electricity, we have a car and we have freedom, especially so we can work.
Strengthening Federal Partnerships with Faith-based and Community Organizations
IHS is working with partners to offer enrollment assistance training and host on-site enrollment events at the six health facilities in four states.
Read a blog post about how coordinated care helped Pam get her diabetes under control.
Coordinated care and a team atmosphere helped Pam get her diabetes under control.
Read a blog post about how David Grubb is fighting opioid addiction on behalf of his late daughter, Jessie.
David Grubb’s daughter lost the fight to addiction. He is fighting the opioid epidemic on her behalf.
ACF has placed a major emphasis on efforts to prevent family homelessness and to help families quickly access the services and safe and stable housing they need
Tagged:
homeless | families

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