Here is what we learned from you about ensuring your baby has a healthy start.
Teen clinic (for teens and young adults, ages 13-24) will re-open on May 3, 2022, and will be taking place every Tuesday from 3-5pm. Services include: Information/education about sexual and reproductive health, birth control counseling and prescriptions, STI testing and treatment, pregnancy tests, emergency contraception, and condoms. All services are confidential and do NOT require parent consent. You do NOT have to be a Lowell CHC registered patient.
The 2022 Lowell Community Food Assessment was a collaborative project undertaken by Mill City Grows with funding, support, and participation of the REACH LoWELL initiative and the Greater Lowell Health Alliance (GLHA). This comprehensive report includes data received from more than 1,000 Lowell residents.
Read this guest blog, published by the National Association of Community Health Centers, on Lowell CHC’s approach to tackling racism. “When it comes to working toward a more just and inclusive organization, Lowell CHC has learned that the first step is acknowledgement: We must acknowledge the injustices that have played and do play out against people of color in this country.”