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CMC Care Link Van Will Serve Homeless Where They Live

Health Net grant provides opportunity to improve care to those who need it most

CMC Care Link Van Will Serve Homeless Where They Live

Community Medical Centers will hold a virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday, August 10 at 1 p.m. to mark the debut of its new Mobile Health Van, which will enhance the ability of the organization’s Care Link unit to deliver medical service to the homeless residents of San Joaquin County.

Stockton Police Take the Lead
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With Innovative and Pro-Active Approaches

Stockton Police Take the Lead

Recent nation-wide protests over racially based police brutality and ethnic profiling have brought about the need for sweeping changes to our criminal justice system. Each community should be asking how their system is currently handling this intractable problem and what steps will be taken to change current practices. Locally, the comments below offer some history and insight into changes that have been and are currently being made.

"REACH FOR THE STARS!” MORE THAN JUST A MOTTO
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Stockton business reopens. GymStars reopens and introduces students to a brand new “Normal”

"REACH FOR THE STARS!” MORE THAN JUST A MOTTO

     But one Recreation/Education program, GymStars has risen from the ashes with a new and exciting way to resume classes for the nearly 1200 hundred youngsters who have been receiving instruction at the Parkwood’s Shopping Center for over the last two decades.

Community Medical Centers Tackles Youth Substance Disorders
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#WordsOutspoken project will engage young people, raise awareness

Community Medical Centers Tackles Youth Substance Disorders

Community Medical Centers is turning to the spoken word and storytelling to gain the attention of young people in San Joaquin County’s diverse communities and raise their awareness of the dangers of substance use.

San Joaquin County Parks Extends Closure Through May 31
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San Joaquin County Parks Extends Closure Through May 31

The San Joaquin County Parks and Recreation Division has extended its temporary closure of parks and facilities through May 31, 2020. This includes dog walking, nature trails, boat ramps, disc golf courses, playgrounds, campgrounds, fishing and all other park amenities in an effort to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus. 

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