Program areas at SNAHC
Medical: snahc offers a wide range of primary and some specialty medical services, focusing on treating the whole person and preventative medicine to enable our patients to maintain a healthy life style. Medical services include adult and pediatric primary care, women's healthcare, transgender hormone therapy, weight management, podiatry hepatitis c screening and treatment, chiropractic care, family planning, smoking cessation, sti testing, suboxone treatment program, diabetes care and nutrition counseling, and vaccinations.
Behavioral Health: snahc has developed a model program that combines mental Health and substance abuse counseling with traditional healing practices for Native American families. Services include individual, child and adolescent counseling, psychiatry, white bison 12-step recovery group, outpatient substance abuse treatment, talking circles, traditional healing, domestic violence prevention groups, anger management groups, and advocacy for youth and families affected by violence.
Dental: snahc provides comprehensive, preventive, and restorative dental care, focusing on oral Health treatment and disease prevention. Dental services include general dentistry for children and adults, emergency services, fillings and extractions, dentures and partials, root canals, referrals for oral surgery, and patient education.
Youth initiative:the youth initiatives team is committed to supporting Native American youth and families with quality services and advocacy through cultural values. Using community-based and youth-driven approaches, snahc is developing a system of care for Native American children with mental Health challenges and their families. The youth initiatives program applies principles of a family-driven approach, meaning families have a primary decision-making role in the care of their own children as well as the policies and procedures governing care for all children in their community. The youth initiatives team also does work around suicide and substance abuse prevention within Sacramento Native American communities.