Sonoma area health centers bring wellness to low-income residents

08/12/2011 | Press Democrat (Santa Rosa, Calif.), The

The federally subsidized Petaluma Health Center and Forestville Wellness Center in California's Sonoma County are making wellness and prevention available to low-income residents who may not have had access in the past. The centers will help people manage chronic diseases, offer osteopathic and alternative treatments, provide group health education classes, and help with cooking nutritious meals.

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