The Benefits Of Volunteering—And How You Can Get Started

Volunteering has its social, mental, and physical benefits for people of all ages. But these benefits truly reveal themselves for elderly folks, who often have more times on their hands, are less physically active, and engage less with the community than the average resident. According to research conducted by multiple outlets, volunteers live longer, and that’s because of a culmination of all these benefits.

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Natasha Dao
View PhotoVoice Learning Collaborative's digital exhibit, which addresses the issue of the stigma of homelessness in the United States

Last year, the National Health Care for the Homeless Council established our PhotoVoice Learning Collaborative to address the issue of the stigma of homelessness in communities across the U.S. This three-year project with eight health centers includes local, national, and digital exhibits to increase awareness and share local participants’ stories.

One of SFCCC’s member clinics, HealthRIGHT 360, participated in the Learning Collaborative. Now is your chance to view their experiences.

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Natasha Dao
Victor Anyebe joins SFCCC as a Healthcare Data Analytics and Strategy Fellow through Atlas Corps

Victor will serve as a SFCCC a Healthcare Data Analytics and Strategy Fellow who will help develop a data strategy and streamline the processes used to collect, store, analyze, and report data. He will work with partners to develop usable reports and validate the data used to deliver high quality health care to the most vulnerable residents of San Francisco. Click to learn more.

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Natasha Dao
Celebrating Dr. David Ofman

The incredible value Health Centers bring to their patients and community is because of health center heroes– individuals who are committed to providing high quality care to patients in need. Health Center Heroes are dedicated to the Community Health Center Movement and deserve to be recognized. Today, join SFCCC in recognizing Dr. David Ofman and his commitment to providing high quality care to patients in need. Check out SFCCC's interview with Dr. Ofman and find out why he loves what he does! 

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Morgan Finegan