CalAgrAbility conducted six English-Spanish "Get Moving: Arthritis Prevention and Pain Management Exercise Program" classes. Staff also worked with a rural Fibro Friends Fibromyalgia Support Group. CalAg was invited to do classes in rural Glenn County at the North Valley Indian Health, Inc. (NVIH) in Willows, CA, a group that hosts Diabetes Support. The Spanish "Get Moving" class was held at Clinica Tepati in Sacramento.
Staff attended a monthly health fair at the General Consulate of Mexico sponsored by Champions for Change and Ventanilla de Salud, a health information services program. CalAg collaborated with Santa Cruz Dental, and in Rancho Cordova for uninsured individuals.
Staff met with a representative from WeConnect, an Endowment Foundation program Maria Shriver started as First Lady of California. WeConnect is a 'map' for families to know where to go for programs and resources in California.
Submitted by Martha Stiles