The Restoring Resilience Powwow is an annual celebration to recognize National Children's Mental Health Awareness Month.
We have unfortunately been watching the increase in COVID-19 infections in our community and our state. Our responsibility is to protect the health of our patients and our staff. Therefore, we have made the decision to postpone or cancel all non-clinical activities at this time. This decision was not made lightly. We do not like returning to 2020 any more than you do. But your health and your lives are most important. We will continue to be open for your healthcare, behavioral health, dental, optometry, and pharmacy appointments and needs.
Join IHCRC for our BRAND NEW virtual fitness classes from the comfort of your home! We are offering classes for all ages and skill levels. To register for a class visit www.ihcrc.org/fitness.
There are multiple health benefits to cutting down sugar in your diet. It's true: it can be hard to ditch the sweet stuff. But reducing your daily sugar intake doesn't have to be intimidating! Check out the Featured Resources section for tips!
National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month creates awareness of the prevalence of human trafficking. It is well known that American Indian / Alaska Native populations are among the most vulnerable to human trafficking.
As the cold weather settles over much of the nation, nothing sounds better than driving away the chilly winter blues with a bowl of your favorite soup! Take this month, National Soup Month, to revisit an old recipe you haven’t made in forever, or a new one you’ve been hoping to try!
From your friends at IHCRC, Happy New Year!
As 2021 soon comes to a close, many people are beginning to brainstorm their 2022 goals and aspirations. While some are big, others are small -- and that’s totally okay! Each of us can and should envision a worthwhile year for ourselves and our communities.
Stress has the potential to ruin the upcoming holiday season and leave you feeling empty. However, there are ways to combat the winter blues!
National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month takes place every December. With the combination of holiday travel, family gatherings and the anxiety this time of year can bring, drunk and drugged driving crashes increase dramatically around the holiday season. However, there are ways to combat this and lower the statistic!
The stress of the holidays can easily get to you this time of year. Having to budget and rush to buy holiday gifts for your loved ones on top of that? No fun. That’s where the benefits of this article come in. This year, make your holidays easier (and more enjoyable) by going DIY.
Ten percent of IHCRC’s annual patient population are ages 65 and up. Another 1,500 are ages 55 to 64. According to the U.S. Census, 14.2% or 6,387 of Tulsa County’s population are Native American ages 65+. Elders in Native American societies play a vital role in the preservation of Indian culture. Elders teach younger generations about spirituality and history. They are considered the “wisdom-keepers” and are held in the highest regard.
Giving Tuesday gives us the opportunity to reflect on the power of generosity and that every act of kindness counts! Consider taking this time to be part of the global movement that celebrates all acts of giving.
World Hello Day falls on November 21st this year and is observed by people all over the world -- specifically in 180 countries! It’s easy to celebrate and anyone can participate. It’s as simple as greeting 10 different neighbors or community members throughout the day.
In an effort to show the world what life with diabetes can really be like, every November the diabetes community comes together to recognize American Diabetes Month. Millions of Americans are at risk for developing diabetes-- so it’s important to find resources, get educated and make sure your friends and family members are informed, too.
Thursday, November 11th is Veterans Day. Keep updated on the Featured Resources section of the app on ways to thank our past and present service members, and ways to celebrate!
We are now offering COVID-19 booster shots for those who are age 18 and older with 6 months since their last shot. Proof of vaccination is required so please be sure to bring your vaccination card.
The Fraud Landscape: Staying Safe as Scames Soar
Domestic violence can happen to anyone, in every community, regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, race or religion. In the nation specifically, over 10 million adults experience domestic violence annually, with one in four women and one in ten men victims to the statistic. Now more than ever, it’s time to wrap a blanket of hope around that number and lower it indefinitely. Although easier said than done, it can be done.
October is a time to highlight the vital role of substance abuse prevention. Strategies targeting the root of the problem are essential to curb this misuse and help people lead healthier lives. There are multiple ways this can be done. You just have to know where to start.
October is the time to think pink and raise awareness for breast cancer. As one in every eight women will be diagnosed with it in their lifetime, it's a vital topic of conversation that should be implemented in more months than just this one.
Flu season begins every October with the height of most illnesses peaking during the winter. To prevent this, it's recommended that everyone six months and older get the flu shot!
Did you know IHCRC has an app for quick and easy pharmacy refills?