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Upcoming Community Events

Indigenous Pathways In Wellness

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Day/Time: Tuesdays, 5:00pm to 6:30pm Location: Online, (HIPAA Compliant) NAHC Membership Membership not required New members, please call Ron Spencer at (925) 979-5391 for the questionnaire & link to participate Ongoing weekly Native Community Support Group For Adults Who Identify As Native American Living In […]

Beading and Weaving

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Join us on Fridays for our Beading and Basket Weaving Circle! We will be hosting classes with one-on-one instruction on beading practices and traditional basket weaving techniques. All materials will be provided. Proof of vaccine and mask required. For more information, please contact Noah Gallo […]

Recovery Circle

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Write your new recovery story in our Recovery Circle! Participants will build and strengthen their substance use recovery, learn new skills, share stories of wellness, explore prevention methods, and practice new coping skills. Please contact Kathryn Budd at 510-473-2539 or Ron Spencer at 925-979-5391 for […]

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ON THE COUCH with Martin and Helen Waukazoo

In Loving Memory

We are deeply saddened to inform you of the transition of Helen Devore Waukazoo (Diné) into the spirit world. Helen was the Chief Executive Officer of Friendship House Association of American Indians, a residential substance abuse treatment organization for American Indians that she co-founded in 1963. Martin Waukazoo, Native American Health Center’s CEO, and Helen were married for almost 40 years.

She was a beloved Matriarch, Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, and Auntie.