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Physicals & Immunizations
- July 13 | 10AM – 7PM
- August 10 | 10AM – 7PM
- September 14 | 10AM – 7PM
- October 12 | 10AM – 7PM
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- School & sports physicals will be $35 cash or credit card
- Insurance will not be billed
- Immunizations will be through the Vaccine for Children program.
- Children must meet eligibility requirements.
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Emotional / Mental Wellness
Emotional/Mental Wellness is the ability to recognize, understand and manage your feelings in a healthy way. It is learning to cope with life’s stresses and challenges.
COVID-19 may have heightened existing or brought about new emotions, anxiety, depression and other mental health conditions that we may not be able to recognize, understand or know how to manage.
Here are some resources, dealing with emotional/mental wellness, that you may find helpful:
Coping effectively with life and creating satisfying relationships.
Occupational Wellness is personal satisfaction with work and study, contributing meaningfully, continually expanding skills and strengths. It is also the ability to balance work and leisure time. COVID-19 has presented new challenges for occupational wellness, possibly making current and future work/academic pursuits more challenging than ever. Whether one is now to working/studying from home with family, friends or roommates, or working overtime or recently loss of a job due to the ever-changing economy, the pandemic has created unique challenges to occupational wellness.
Here are a few resources for you to consider if you need to assistance with a search for a new job or how to cope with working at home:
Personal satisfaction and enrichment derived from one’s work.
Spiritual Wellness is having values or beliefs that provide a sense of purpose and meaning. It is connecting with something bigger than oneself (i.e. religion, meditation).
Taking some time for self-reflection, focusing on our sense of purpose, meaning and connecting with something bigger than oneself may help improve one’s overall health and well-being.
Here are some resources that may help you with your spiritual wellness:
Expanding our sense of purpose and meaning in life.
Physical Wellness is making choices to avoid harmful habits and practice actions that support your physical body, health and safety. It includes recognizing the need for physical activity, sleep and nutrition. The changes brought on by COVID-19 may have impacted any regular physical wellness routines one had or brought on new challenges making it more difficult to make choices to best support you physical body, health and safety.
Here are some resources for you to consider to eat healthy, exercise and receive free or reduced cost health care and preventative immunizations, vaccines and screenings:
Recognizing the need for physical activity, diet, sleep and nutrition.
Financial Wellness is satisfaction with current and future financial situations, taking care of fiscal responsibility. As the COVID-19 pandemic progressed across the globe, individuals, businesses and the stock market experienced unprecedented changes and challenges without a clear picture as to what the future will hold for our financial wellness. Now post pandemic, the economy is dealing with inflation and an uncertain future.
Here are some resources that you may consider:
Satisfaction with current and future financial situations.