Tag: public health

Health Resources & Services Administration Awards Tri-City Health Center $167,000 for Integrated Behavioral Health Services

Fremont, CA – Tri-City Health Center (TCHC) is excited to announce the receival of a $167,000 grant from the Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) […]


3 Methods to Manage Migraine Pain

Co-authored by Alexis Crase, Development Coordinator, and Harsha Ramchandani, MD, Chief Medical Officer Chronic migraines, which are defined as 15 or more headaches a month, […]


The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly – 5 Coping Skills to Help Manage Your Mental Health

Co-authored by Alexis Crase, Development Coordinator, and Joshua McKeever, PhD, Behavioral Health Provider Whether you have an addiction, a mental illness, or are simply looking […]


Wells Fargo Grants Tri-City Health Center $5,000 to Support School Health Mobile Clinic Program

Fremont, CA – Tri-City Health Center is honored and excited to have been awarded a $5,000 grant from Wells Fargo to support its School Health […]


Listen to the Tri-City Health Center Show on Radio Zindagi

Once a week, a Tri-City Health Center provider answers some of our questions on Radio Zindagi. Topics range from alcohol overuse to why TCHC’s role […]


Listen to the Tri-City Health Center Show on Radio Zindagi

Once a week, a Tri-City Health Center provider answers some of our questions on Radio Zindagi. Questions range from the best ways to protect from […]


Tri-City Health Center Receives KidCents Regional Grant

Fremont, CA – It’s with support from programs like Rite Aid’s KidCents Regional Grant that allows Tri-City Health Center (TCHC) to provide southern Alameda County […]


Tri-City Health Center awarded Sobrato Family Foundation Match Grant

Fremont, CA – Thanks to the Sobrato Family Foundation’s 2:1 Challenge Grant, donations to Tri-City Health Center (TCHC) will mean even more in 2019. This […]


TCHC Opens Fourth Mobile Health Clinic: Healthcare Express

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Fremont, CA – Tri-City Health Center, with funding from the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, is expanding to a fourth mobile health clinic, […]


The History of the Irvington Dave Clinic

In 1849, two freed slaves from Louisiana were brought west to a place now known as the Irvington District of Fremont by an abolitionist.  Local […]