Yesterday Crisi saved Darla’s life and then the perks of employment and affluence kicked in to make what could have been a nightmare into a random parenting adventure. Background :I have two daughters. Jax is all grown and Darla is 3. As the first of my friends to have a child, I raised Jax without the benefit […]Read More Our adventure with near drowning and Arcadia Ca.
The ACA accornding to @KPMemberServices and the Covered California site – will it cover you? What does it mean?Read More Explore The Afforadable Health Care Act Plans
45 Minutes to find MediCAL Dr. info @MENDPoverty, @countyofLA @211lacounty Meet Each Need with DignityRead More Healthcare for the poor – is it quality or user friendly?
#fb @sonyakeith @ascenciaRead More Wicked Witch of the Welfare Office
Pushing teens to graduate Highschool and go to college @usc @ucla #fbRead More CalWORKS teen
okay, so it has been about a year since I posted a hero. Today’s hero is unlikely . It has been said that Drink is the only madness that people CHOOSE to have. For those folks, the Road to Sobriety can be a madness all its own. I see families torn apart by substance […]Read More Hero of the Week
@giveyoursole, @hardlynormal, @hanes Basic Wound care is simple. Keep it clean and dry and don’t touch it until it heals. Great. But what if you don’t have access to showers and toilets or bandages, or someone to help you clean and bandage the wound? What if you are homeless and forced to spend all day […]Read More Wound Care for Homeless Patients
• Antelope Valley Public Health Center 335-B East Avenue K-6 Lancaster, CA 93535 (661) 723-4526 • Central Public Health Center 241 N. Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 240-8204 • Curtis-Tucker Public Health Center 123 W. Manchester Blvd. Inglewood, CA 90301 (310) 419-5325 • Glendale Public Health Center (Immunization and TB […]Read More Free and Low cost shots (Flu and Whooping cough) #fb