Community Events

March 2018

Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings
Tuba City, AZ. JOIN in RECOVER. Tuesday - Friday. 12:00pm - 12:55pm. Tuba City Regional Healthcare Mental Health Dept. Room: 42. Newcomers, Old-timers and everyone in the middle. What Is A.A.? Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem. A good meeting starts on time and ends on time.
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12 : We Run Strong
Moenkopi, AZ - FREE EVENT. Behind Moenkopi Legacy Inn. We Run Strong Promotes; Running inspiration & motivation. Low-cost running events to encourage more of the Native Community to participate (We shouldn't have to pay much to enjoy the gathering of one another!!). Running on the reservation, let's bring the runners to the rez to benefit our people, we have some of the most beautiful & challenging trails in the world!!
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12-13 : Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training
Kaibeto, AZ -Navajo Nation Behavioral Health. ASIST 11 is an “updated” 2-day suicide “First Aid” training. Community members and professionals will: Recognize and assess the potential risk of suicide, Keep at-risk person safe until help arrives, Reach out and oger support, Link people with resources. FREE Training Contact: MSPI Oce @ 928-283-2816 Pre-Registration is Required. Sign-up Now. THIS SESSION IS STRICTLY FOR TRAINING ONLY. THIS TRAINING IS NOT INTENDED FOR COUNSELING. IF YOU NEED COUNSELING CALL: MENTAL HEALTH DEPT. @ 928-283-2831
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14, 19, 21, 26, 28 : Lifestyle Balance Classes
Tuba City, AZ HPDP CENTER. 5:30PM. Goal: Lose 7% body weight; 16-week program; Must be over 18yo; Improve fitness levels; Improve blood pressure; Improve glucose levels; Reduce your risk of diabetes or chronic lifestyle diseases. TCRHCC Health Promotion Diabetes Prevention Department. For more information contact HPDP @ 928-283-1420
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18-24 : Health Information Professionals Week
In recognition of HEALTH INFORMATION PROFESSIONAL WEEK we are pleased to honor our Health Information Management (HIM) Department. They lead efforts to ensure the availability, accuracy, integrity, and security of all data related to patient healthcare encounters. This results in better clinical and business decisions that enhance healthcare quality. THANK YOU!
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21 : TCRHCC Community Blood Drive
Tuba City, AZ - 9:00 am ~ 2:00 pm Vermillion Cliffs Conference Room in the Health Promotion & Diabetes Prevention Building. Contact Elfreida Bizaholoni at 928-283-2628, email: Elfreida.Bizaholoni@tchealth.org or visit www.BloodHero.com (Sponsor Code: tubacity).
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April 2018

02, 04, 09, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25 : Lifestyle Balance Classes
Tuba City, AZ HPDP CENTER. 5:30PM. Goal: Lose 7% body weight; 16-week program; Must be over 18yo; Improve fitness levels; Improve blood pressure; Improve glucose levels; Reduce your risk of diabetes or chronic lifestyle diseases. TCRHCC Health Promotion Diabetes Prevention Department. For more information contact HPDP @ 928-283-1420
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04 : Health Education Event
Tuba City, AZ - 9:00 am ~ 1:00 pm TCRHCC Campus. Join Us! Health Education Booths, Snacks, Drinks, Prizes, Giveaways. Sponsored by the Grand Canyon Commissioned Officers Association.
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05 : Health Fair
Tuba City, AZ - Yellowman Park. 4:00PM - 7:00PM DST. For info call MSPI: (928) 283-2816
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16 : We Run Strong
Moenkopi, AZ - FREE EVENT. Behind Moenkopi Legacy Inn. We Run Strong Promotes; Running inspiration & motivation. Low-cost running events to encourage more of the Native Community to participate (We shouldn't have to pay much to enjoy the gathering of one another!!). Running on the reservation, let's bring the runners to the rez to benefit our people, we have some of the most beautiful & challenging trails in the world!!
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23 : Mental Health First Aid
Kaibeto, AZ - Kaibeto Dept. Behavioral Health 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Join the movement. Sometimes first aid isn’t a bandage, or CPR or calling 911. Sometimes first aid is YOU. Take a course. Save a life. Strengthen your community For more information, visit www.MentalHealthFirstAid.org To register or inquire call MSPI at: (928) 283-2816. Course fee: FREE to the PUBLIC. A person you know could be experiencing a mental health or substance use problem.
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26 : The Navajo Wellness Model
Cameron, AZ - “Sha’bek’ehgo As’ah Oodáá? A Journey with Wellness and Healthy Lifestyle Guided by the Journey of the Sun. ”Presented by: Charlotte James. This workshop integrates the traditional ways of Navajo teachings with how one approaches daily health: through exercise, healthy eating and maintaining a balance in all aspects of life and in accordance with the natural daily cycles of dawn, day, evening, and nighttime. The Navajo Wellness Model All presentations will be from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm To register contact the MSPI Program at (928) 283-2816
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May 2018

14 : We Run Strong
Moenkopi, AZ - FREE EVENT. Behind Moenkopi Legacy Inn. We Run Strong Promotes; Running inspiration & motivation. Low-cost running events to encourage more of the Native Community to participate (We shouldn't have to pay much to enjoy the gathering of one another!!). Running on the reservation, let's bring the runners to the rez to benefit our people, we have some of the most beautiful & challenging trails in the world!!
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June 2018

27 : The Navajo Wellness Model
Coppermine, AZ - “Sha’bek’ehgo As’ah Oodáá? A Journey with Wellness and Healthy Lifestyle Guided by the Journey of the Sun. ”Presented by: Charlotte James. This workshop integrates the traditional ways of Navajo teachings with how one approaches daily health: through exercise, healthy eating and maintaining a balance in all aspects of life and in accordance with the natural daily cycles of dawn, day, evening, and nighttime. The Navajo Wellness Model All presentations will be from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm To register contact the MSPI Program at (928) 283-2816
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