Locations: East Bay
Mountainlands Community Health Center is one of four grantees in Utah to receive Affordable Care Act funding to expand access to healthcare services. Mountainlands East Bay Health Center provides primary healthcare services, including medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare, for people experiencing homelessness in Utah County.
Individuals who meet the following criteria can qualify for FREE services. An individual who lacks housing, including those:
- Whose primary residence during the night is a supervised public or private facility that provides temporary living accommodations, and an individual who is a resident in transitional housing.
- Who live on the street, abandoned building, vehicle, or in any other unstable or non-permanent situation.
- Who are forced to stay with a series of friends and/or relatives.
- Who were previously homeless and are to be released from a prison or a hospital and do not have a stable housing situation to which they can return.
- Acute, chronic, and urgent care
- Disease screening & management
- Well child exams
- Men’s and women’s health
- Dental services
- Pharmacy services
- Eligibility assistance
- Transportation assistance
- Referral to mental health and substance abuse services
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Spot the Tot
The terms backover and frontover refer to when an infant or child is accidentally rolled over by a moving vehicle in a driveway or parking lot. Though this may seem like a rare occurrence, it happens regularly and carries serious consequences.
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Safety Month – Don’t Just Sit There
Prevent strains, dislocations and muscle tears. When lifting, make sure you:
Stretch and warm up before you perform any lifting
Keep your back straight and bend your knees – remember to never twist or bend your back
Are on solid ground with your feet shoulder-width apart
Keep the box or object close to your body
Lift with your legs, not ...
Safety Month – Prepare for Active Shooters
Active shooters can appear in public places such as movie theaters and shopping malls or in private workplaces. No matter where you are, remain as calm as possible and remember:
Be aware of any possible danger in your environment
Identify the two nearest exits
If you can flee, do so immediately—leave belongings behind
If you cannot flee, hide in ...
Safety Month – Recharge to Be In Charge
Getting good sleep To be alert, well-rested and at your best, follow these tips:
Get 7-9 hours of sleep every day
Create and follow a sleep schedule. Go to bed and wake up at the same time every day—even on weekends.
Eliminate unnecessary light
Keep your bedroom temperate – neither hot nor cold
Make sure your bed and pillows are ...
Safety Month – Stand Up to Falls
Prevent falls at home—and at work—by removing the sources of tripping:
Secure electrical and phone cords away from walking areas, such as hallways or in front of your desk
Use non-skid rugs and be sure to tape them down to prevent rolling
Keep drawers and cabinets closed when you’re not using them
Wear proper footwear, paying special attention to ...
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